73 SOUTHERNER 4 Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2012 with funding from LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation http://archive.org/details/southerner371973univ *<**"" '■"•*• Km ^Hw ■B HpIn «s?s** »« itwi»mw)nrii»a'iiii HBHR HdHUwi Students attend Southern for a lot of different reasons: to get an education, to pass the time, to gain status, to raise hell, to join a frat, to settle down, to learn something, to prove a point, to get a degree, to play foot- ball, to grow up, to get away from home, to get married, to follow in big brother's footsteps, to be with their friends the list is endless. No matter the reason one attends Southern, the time he spends here is filled with ex- periences. New experiences that before long become a somewhat daily routine, changed slightly every quarter— New faces, new places, interactions, constant changes. Besides the changes from the students point of view every quarter, other changes are very evident here at Southern. On campus there seems to be constant con- struction and new programs to open the doors for better education. Now if only a few minds would open, Southern would become an even better university. +.-*& t r ~ ..*.*-«* f * *- rtss ft • ~*i. #»f„ »>-' UDENT.>St»V ~^S^g EXIT 13 tf The number 13 by some is considered unlucky. Those of us who have taken this road can vouch that it takes you where you want to go. In the next section of this book turn slowly and watch for your friends, familiar places, and a few thoughts of the year at U. S. M. 1 OUTHERNB University of Southern Missis Hattiesburg, Mississip Becky Rutter • Editor Amy Nix • Associate Editor CONTENTS beginning mostly pictures 1 heads 120 examples 144 meats 172 groups and subgroups . . 202 individuals 314 I 22/People f People/23 24/TheHub TheHub/25 26/The Hub, center for just about anything The Hub/27 'WORKED 28/People A People/29 ■L*l directed by Dr. Blaine Quarnstrom 30/Presented by the Department of Theatre Arts Dames at Sea Summer Quarter/31 32/Things Things/33 34/Places near-by fcj 36/Homecoming Homecoming/37 38/Faces Faces/39 A Midsummer Night's Dream 40/Presented by the USM Opera Theatre directed by Robert Mesrobian : n%^» Fall Quarter/41 42/Campus Security Hoorah for Campus Security/43 "V»< -v-W***^'** 44/Livin' KEEP LEFT i ■ " ■ # ' ■ . . . ^ *i ■ 7** r ... mm* 1 . Livin'/45 46/Groovin' Groovin747 5 48/Movin' WAJmmB^ E~s ^^^^ ^^^^MM Movin/49 50/State pep rally State pep rally/51 52/Children Take from me the hope that I can change the future and you will send me mad. William Shakespeare Children/53 ON READING TO A CLASS Before I opened my mouth I noticed them sitting there as orderly as frozen fish in a package. Slowly water began to fill the room though I did not notice it till it reached my ears and then I heard the sounds offish in an aquarium and I knowthatthough I had tried to drown them with my words that they had only opened up likegillsforthem and let me in. Together we swam around the room like thirty tails whacking words till the bell rang, puncturing a hole in the door where we all leaked out They went to another class I suppose and I home where Queen Elizabeth my cat met me and licked my fins till they were hands again. 54 D. C. Berry i 56/Spring Hnnnm Spring/57 Mother's Finest 58/PresentedbyUAC Fall Quarter/59 Richie Havens llilllli m 60/Presented by UAC Fall Quarter/61 ABSOLUTELY J\[0 U CAftDi ARE TO BE RUti WITH WATFOK OK LhGO noGRMS, AS THIS HAKES THE SYSTEM TAKE LOHG NAP5/'( O-'q ' / / ANY VEHICLES BLOCKING DRIVEWAYS OR OTHER PARKED VEHICLES WILL SE TOWED AWAY *-- im . 62/Signs iW^HWHHlWit; >* ♦*♦*♦* ♦ ■I* 4 * f ■ 4 ■ f * i"^ \^ t : t ; t ■ ZONE — EVATO t? / #' * Signs/63 Registration/65 **J£'d . 66 The contentious war is over, the heroes return, Except the ones we tearfully learn Are missing in action or shrouded in death; All alike we recall with bated breath. The lonely deserter, the banished objector Remain in our minds as painful detectors Of something not right, of things to oppose, Of answers to riddles that nobody knows. Mason Leon Eubanks 87 On Friday, January 12, 1973, people at USM let loose and united it snowed. 68/TheSnow The Snow/69 ttta^SBfi*^*^. "*"1%. 70/The Snow The Snow/71 *• £** , * ... I m il! w*mmmm->WM JL_J J l J I ■MMtMwimw ,..- T JL_w «*wftw*WM**« W » W W ^ "*•-• - 72/TheSnow ■ ■ I I I UW .. l .l I m i jm: i vm^ mmmKmmmmmimmmm . m m i Ji i nm i u i i i . i «^2^.-^fe^*jfes. "CSt> The Snow/73 ■ -'■• 74/Gameroom In the Union 76/Blrnam Wood *J fTOtr** ^;,'.t ->^. ^^l jj*. rjj Birnam Wood/77 78/Rain and more rain/79 ^ Another Part of the Forest 80/presented by the Department of Theatre Arts directed by Dr. Blaine Quarnstrom Winter Quarter/81 Watts, Reeves, and Carpenter without Watts 62/Presentod by the UAC Presented bytheUAC/83 SHONEY'S IN YOUR CAR ^^J ''''' ,: '''''' , '' ,,:: ' , '' ? '' , '' :v v*|SS«a»to ^^B H BURGER ■king! §iM^^S; • ' 1 '"• ^Iffl 84/Munchburg 86/Halloween Carnival L Halloween Carnival/87 SB/Campus Elections Campus Elections/89 90/Trenqulllty Backup groups Lawrence and Roselle/91 : '92/:Presentea by'the U AC , : . Jr ««■ The Edgar Winter Group took us on a trip down Tobacco Road The Adding Machine directed by Dr. Gilbert Hartwig 94/Presonted by the Department of Theatre Arts ** a mi ■ —■!■■ fNRXB ap*™ — IIIIll I II Lm II ■■ B Bl B] Ik : B ■'. 111111 1 BB 3hB Spring Quarter/95 i 96/A.C.L.U. £ up PORT THE LID lOMfj youCflNfiivt DONATION -25* f MrkeUsA Viable Force TE.-uns ««r: HM£BOtonuoAnfi '■ \-i , A.C.L.U./97 98/Contraband Contraband/99 100/Law Enforcement .♦ » -.::..*' %» ,,,„, Law Enforcement/101 Lester Flatt & the Nashville Grass The Second Generation 1 02/Presented by the UAC Presented by the U AC/ 1 03 The Mystery Rocket riMh 1 04/Presented by the Department of Theatre Arts, a children's play j directed by R.B.Hi Spring Quarter/105 Pancake Eatin' Contest/107 353 * t,j*sr* " pME- ■'-.'"^SJShS'-**-^ - , -. --L. ■ - • ■ . 108/Maintenance *sm Maintenance/109 STEP 1 I c k U ? cl, Jss CdrJs mJr\ 110/Reglstration ■ ■ Registration/111 "* Seals and Crofts >*fiit , ?<**?*+ r**4 '"IS 1 +ti 1 \ \ '»**•. • -:* 1 V l7 !H i.-A ;r*k** * ? Vi ' T.?- j ; '- 1 ' ' . ■■" • ? — Presented bythetlAC/115 ■<* f 1 1B/Ray Guy Day April 28, 1973/117 118/Graduation it was the best of times, it was the worst of times. it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness. it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity. it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness. it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair. we had everything before us, we had nothing before us. we were all going directto heaven, we were all going direct the other way Charles Dickens Graduation/119 HEADS i. Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning William L.Waller Governor of Mississippi Members of the Board Thomas N. Turner Chairman of the Board Dr. E. E. Thrash Executive Secretary and Director Milton E. Brister Bobby L. Chain Dr. R.C.Cook Ross L. Franks Dr. Robert Walker Harrison M. PaulHaynes Dr. Verner S.Holmes Travis E. Parker W. M. Shoemaker Mrs. Miriam Quinn Simmons Boswell Stevens Mike P. Sturdivant 1 22/Board of Trustees Dr. William D. McCain President of the University President McCain and grandson/ 123 Dr. Charles W. Moorman Dean of the University 1 24/Admlnistrative Officers Roger B. Johnson, Sr. Ad m i nistrative Assistant to the President CO. Smalling Financial Secretary B. Reed Green Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Dr. Peter E. Durkee Dean of Student Affairs Carl Lawrence Director of Place Bureau Pauline R. Stout Research and Editorial Assistant to the President Powell G. Ogletree Alumni Secretary Billy L.Green Director of Data Processing W. E. Kirkpatrick Director of Public Relations Ann Jordan Assistant Dean of Student Affairs W. Radar Grantham Associate Dean of Student Affaris Warren Dunn Director of Student Activities and the University Union BerengherBrechtel Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Barbara Ross Assistant Dean of Student Affairs 1 26/Administrative Officers Marlow Robinson Assistant Director of Student Activities Dr. BillW.Shafer Director of Student Counseling W.V.Oubre Director of Campus Security Walter O. Conn Director of Student Aid and Scholarship Dr. Thomas Stan Martin Directro of Student Health Services Administrative Officers/1 27 JackH.Tuggle Director of Personnel Services Joel R. Eakens Director of Physical Plant ^^4 Homer E.Sullivan Director of Housing Albert J. Jaeger Assistant Financial Secretary 1 28/Admlrolstratlve Officers Kenneth E. Smith Chief Accountant Baker M.Farrell Director of Food Service < 9 Cecil M. Klutts Purchasing Agent William T.Miller Director of Post Office and Telephone Exchange Dr. Jack A. Smith Administrative Assistant to the Dean of the University M / Dr. Robert R. van Aller Dean of Graduate School Dr. G. Langdon Registrar Dr. Wallace G.Kay Director of George Robert Olliphant University Honors Program 1 30/ Administrative Officers Gene D. Saucier Director of Admissions Richard T. Dodder Director of the Latin American Institute Dr. Warren F. Tracy Librarian Dean Gomer Pound Dean of the Division of Continuing Education Dr. Sidney E. Weatherford, Jr. Director of the Bureau of Institutional Research Administrative Off leers/ 1 3 1 132/Gollege of Liberal Arts DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN Lt. Colonel David Chamberlin Dr. Roger Pearson Dr. Stanford P. Gwln Dr. Marcie C.Brown Dr. Roger B. Johnson, Jr. Areospace Studies Anthropology, Philophy and Religion Communication English Foreign Languages Dr. William M.Roberts, Jr. Dr. John R. Skates Colonel Guy Groff, Jr. Dr. William H. Hatcher Dr. Donald R. South Dr. Robert C.Rhodes Geography History Military Science Political Science Sociology Speech and Hearing Sciences College of Liberal Arts/133 Dr. Shelby F. Thames, Dean 1 34/College of Science and Technology DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN *** ' m \l&3fc&j# Dr. George F. Pessoney Dr. John H. Bedenbaugh Mr. Danny R. Carter Biology Chemistry Computer Science and Statistics Geology Mathematics Medical Technology Microbiology Dr. Charles M.Hoskin Dr. David S. Caveny Dr. William G. Brundage Dr. Peter K. Stocks Dr. William E. Hughes Physics and Astronomy Dr. Gary C. Wildman Poiymer Science Dr. Charles Brent Director of the Institute of Environmental Science College of Science and Technology/1 35 DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN Dr. Annelle Bonner Dr. PaulW. Peddicord Dr. John D.Alcorn Mr. E.Max Hunter Dr. RayS. Musgrave Dr. L.Conrad Welker Dr. Bobby N.lrby Dr. William V.Plue Dr. Herman Boroughs Dr. Richard Kazelskis Dr. Walter Cooper Dr. John Shaffer 136/College of Education and Psychology Business Education Curriculum and Instruction Guidance Industrial and Technical Education Psychology Research and Human Development Science Education Special Education Coordinator of Graduate Studies Director of the Bureau of Educational Research Assistant Dean Acting Chairman of Library Science mfsm ^^ wr' Ml am H^^^Br-. WMl i* w.J^ . ,£Jfl &* Dr. Eric M. Gunn, Dean College of Education and Psychology/1 37 1 38/School of Business Administration DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN Dr. Jerold J. Morgan Dr. JackC.Wimberly Dr. Louis K.Brandt Dr. Martin Stegenga Dr. Richard Vreeland Dr. D.C.Williams Dr. H.O.Jackson Dr. Henry A. Gottleber Accounting Economics Finance Management Marketing Director of the Bureau of Business Research Assistant Dean Coord i nator of G rad uate Studies School of Business Administratlon/139 DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN Dr. J. Walter Lok Art Dr. William H. Poirier Art Education Dr. David Foltz Music Dr. William T. Gower Music Education Dr. I. Blaine Quarnstrom Theatre Arts Dr. Richard Prenshaw Assistant Dean 140/School of Fine Arts DEPARTMENT CHAIRWOMEN Dr. Jewel Golden Eubanks Environmental Design Dr. Altra G. Hamman Family Life Services Dr. Mary M. McCarthy Food and Nutrition Dr. Mary E. Faulkinberry Home Economics Education School of Home Ecortomics/141 Flora Baine Mr. Billy Cooper 142/School of Nursing Elizabeth C. Harkins, Dean Mr. M.C.Johnson Dr. Wilbur L.Carr Dr. James W. Larson, Jr. Dr. Raymond Busbee Athletic Administration and Coaching Health Physical Education Recreation School of H.Y.P.E.R./143 EXAMPLES VICKY GARRAWAY NANCY WILLIAMSON LINDA KENNEDY LYNN ROSE FILLINGANE Beauties/147 DEBRA ANN ANDERSON PATTI EBERST MURRAY WOODSON JO ANN CAMPBELL W %1A, • / DEBORAH KARLS DEBORAH JABOUR Miss Southern Tonie Lynne Johnson Miss Southern/151 MR. and MS. USM 152/Mr.andMs.USM Vicky Foster Carroll Freeman Mr. and Ms. USM/153 Homecoming Queen Terrie French 154/Homecomlng Student Body Maid Deborah Jabour Graduate Maid Pam Smith Senior Maid JuanitaSims Junior Maid VickiMashburn Sophomore Maid Susan MacGregor Homecoming/155 Freshman Maid Vicky Garraway HALL OF FAME Kay Paschal Mark Boyles 156/HallofFamers ^:\ X Steve Stewart Bill Patterson Vicky Foster HallofFarners/157 Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice; it is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved. William Jennings Bryan The time is now, Southern, to strive for than greatness which is destined to be yours. Carolyn Fanning Pp##' College has been somewhat of a discipline and an adjustment of a completely different life style than most of us were accustomed to before we came here. Now, we the seniors are ready for another change— adjusting to the "real world"— perhaps the greatest change of all. I feel that I have received here at U.S.M. the best possible education, both in and out of the classroom. I've only just begun and U.S.M. has given me a good beginning. Many thanks. Roberta Little 158/Who'sWho A great university is one that is a LEARNING institution rather than mere- ly a TEACHING institution. I hope USM reflects being a LEARNING institution. George E. McGee Academics are foremost in our university program; however, the "big gold" at this institution is found in everyday meeting, learning, un- derstanding, and loving those countless individual personalities that are USM. Carroll Freeman Who's Who/159 Southern is progressing rapidiy in an effort to provide a broad education for its students. However, this progress will only be realized when students and administrators cooperate, and it is realized that human rights and education can progress hand-in-hand. Vicky Foster 160/Who'sWho "The direction in which education starts a man will determine his future life." Plato At USM we have an excellent start. Debbie Oliver Garry Dearman Who's Who/161 — *? Karen Michelle Jones USM has the potential to be one of the leading universities in the South, but it's amazing how slowly the administration is willing to progress. Robert V. Abbey, Jr. 182/Who , sWho 1 ^^ Bl ^tffik / JKa ^ w^M^L ■ r s*~ *\1 Up! B^ k _f^^iL- "-A - '. i -faffKi^^* ' 1 ipl ■V .*£ W*)~^ ■! ll Barf^m ■flrfl 1 get by with a little help from my ■1 F - 1 IB friends. k Lawrence Keith Dubuisson i j J 1 91 ; R§|| Mi>'''~^ ''"' : BL. 1 ill P^ 2 j| |» KHp ^_^j3f^ Who's Who/ 163 Climb far, your goal the sky, your aim the stars. Paula Bounds USM provides opportunities whereby you can find God, yourself, and others— thereby making you realize what is of ultimate importance. Bill Patterson 164/Who'sWho USM provided me with a fresh series of encounters to push out against, ideas to feel my way through, and obstacles to bump into; thus I was able to define myself. Susie Paul Through opportunities available at USM, I have learned the power of the individual. I know now that I am the only limitation on my future achievement. Steve Stewart It is an honor to be a graduate of Southern because I feel that it is an institution that has grown with the demands of the students and with the proper support it will continue to expand to meet the vast educational needs. Cindy Watkins Who's Who/165 Benjamin Franklin once wrote, "as we must account for every idle word, so we must for every idle silence." Considering this, more of us at USM need to let everyone know where the best university in this state is. Let's Talk Southern! Mark K. Boyles Progressing in the equal opportunities area, I've seen Southern grow from approximately fifty to five hundred black students. Recognizing the contributions of blacks in all areas, including the teaching profession, Southern could progress even more. Juanita Lutisha Sims The world is full of people whose notion of a satisfactory future is, in fact, a return to the idealized past. Robertson Davies Chip Edwards A university in our modern society must learn to adjust to the varying trends of the times, and I hope USM will continue its progress in this manner. Rick Lambert Nancy Turner Sealle Who's Who/167 -1, My thoughts are fond memories; my opinions are high; my ideas center around unity; and my hopes are for continued progress for Southern as a leading University. Terrie French To exist and not pursue is to be dead; to exist and pursue is to be alive. It is my hope that this University continues to afford its students that which it has afforded me . . . the chance to exist, the chance to pursue, and the chance to be alive. John Ellis Price Dixie Stokes 168/ Who's Who J**bK^£ You have taught me to appreciate things and people that I would never have thought to appreciate. Kit Prestridge Southern is a "good" university. Many people have found knowledge here. But we should remember that the greatest enemy of a better university is a good university and strive to make Southern "the best place." Becky Boisture - ■•--- <V-. sal 'Aal'Jtfiy A world within a world ... my existence for four years ... a basis for the rest of my life ... I love it! Margaret Peters Who's Who/169 itf !* 170/GreekGod Dewey Wilson Greek God Lynn Roe Greek Goddess MEATS ■ ■ \ 1'^ ^^^^^^T \wiik F O O T B A L L \ BJUBM, !W L'SSJ oiS r.****! USES' _!!_ ' - ■ ' i^'iM^gfLi , 'XMim.' ^*!T5^^ ! P^S!PPi , ?f y. 4. P»iW>'4ri» ■ 'Tiitumiifiti totr"— ~" ■m i ■■ i- ii Hfcgjjg) 174/Football The 72 football Golden Eagles tied 1 and lost 2, while the Southerners won 3, lost 6 and decided to change their name before coming home. The opposition somehow found their way through the defensive web anchored by Cook, Dennery, Roberts, White, Byrd and Guy to score 231 points in 11 games, while the USM offense generated 182. Consensus All-American Ray Guy boomed out punts at an average of 46.2 yards a try, kicked the longest field goal in collegiate history, stole 9 passes and broke his ankle, all in one season, while Southern's pre- season hopes, expectations, and potential was torn apart by angry Bulldogs, Terry Davis and his wishbone-T, Little Oranges, Tigers, and referees from Atlanta. It was a year of gloom brightened only by an opening victory, two others, and many outstanding individual per- formances. Buddy Palazzo completed 160 passes that covered over 1800 yards and led to eight touchdowns. He was the team's second leading rusher with 329 yards. Most of his passes sailed into the hands of Doug Parker and Marshall Veal. Parker dazzled the fans and defenders time and again, as he pulled 41 receptions out of some strange place-. Wilson Plunkett produced an average of over five yards every time he touched the ball, but he only got to carry it 59 times due to a persistent early season injury. Doyle Orange streaked for 935 hard fought yards and crossed the goal line 9 times, 45% of the total TDs. On defense it was performance understated by statistics by one of the finest linebacking corps in USM history, led by middleman Mike Dennery and balanced by Gantt, Huettel, Cheatum, and Roberts. Big Fred Cook intimidated coaches, quarterbacks, and opposing blockers, game after game. Fred Meyer, Doug White, and Eugene Byrd were outstanding. And then there was Guy. The performer of performers went from arena to arena impressing players, press and personnel people for professional football. He became the first round draft choice of the Oakland Raiders. Playboy's pre-season prediction proved true as Ray Guy became USM's first University division All-American. The players performed well but the team didn't; the dynamically talented Southerner-Eagles won but 3 times in eleven tries, and of course there will always be an eternal asterisk beside the 13-9 score in the minds of the partisans and players of USM football 72: *grand larceny. Football/ 175 176/ Football USM38 : Texas-Arlington 17 178/Football Louisiana Tech 33 USM14 OleMiss13 USM9 USM14 West Texas State 7 Mississippi State 26 USM7 Is**-***-' M r-.,-< #" ?*«**>*.$$ , 9 " M ■■*$ J *^ USM34 Richmond 9 Football/ 179 y 9> s4 -Mm .1*** #.,- ' I ft #v ^"•^p-*** . .! Virginia Tech 27 USM14 ..^a^ 8 **►»-* Alabama 48 USM11 ■ «R3 " *■ ' ...Mr ' • ;***?: UT-Chattanooga10 USM6 ****» ~ ; 180/Football . ■■ - ■ < \ ^ V. mm m S(«s>^saafeSH« . Football/181 feftsfcafca <•* ^i2 t™» 3^^^mmMp5h^^ at 1 ?* ^ * #^> BOTTOM ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW TOP ROW Bo Cockfield Dale Forchetti John Tapper Robert Wright John Sawyer Jim Montgomery Jim Helms John Darling Donald Wayne Bridges David McPhillips Larry O'Radat MikeHolley Mickey Hudson Nevil Barr Eugene Bird Larry Jones Wilson Plunkett Don Knobloch Doyle Orange Tom Henderson Marshall Veal Ed Turner Terrence Wells Dennis Rossello Doug Parker Gary Mitchell Tom Moore JoeGanse Johnny Dragg Lamar Howell George Hunt Kevin Looman Doug White Dennis Malone Cooper Huckabee Bob Schmidt Wally Ballard Mike Moon Rick Palmer Clifton Fussel Buddy Palazzo Jim Boesch Harvey McGee Steve Huettel Gerry Saggus Roger Hardman Don Matter T. A. Ricks Jim King Barton Powell Larry Long Ray Guy Gary Roberts Clint Tapper Bob Flanders Mike Dennery Jerry Hurt Fred Meyer Mike Smith Lee Coleman Steve Dunn Fred Cook Joe Bryant Ron Peters Rick Gemmell Kyle Gantt 162/Football STAFF Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Reed Green Faculty Athletic Chairman Dr. Lloyd Milam Assistant Athletic Director C.J. (Pete) Taylor Head Football Coach P. W. (Bear) Underwood Assistant Football Coaches James Berry, Hamp Cook, Bob Hitch, Buddy Nix, Fred O'Connor, Barney Poole, Henry Rath Sports Information Director Ace Cleveland Football/183 ssy Brockman, Buck Black, Lula Fuller, Cedric Brown, Nancy Williamson, Charlie Graham, Terrie French, Tommy ewer, Pam Shields. Pictured below: Robbie Smith. General Nat was honorably discharged as USM spirit took to the skyways under the leadership of the Golden Eagles. At Homecoming '72 the General gracefully bowed out, but for the Southern spirit leaders, work began and persisted long before the emotional peak at Homecoming. Led by the untiring efforts and SPIRIT of a modern day Man of LaMancha, USM Spirit Director, Gary Dearman utilized his crew of dauntless crusaders and volunteers to bring that intangible ideal of school spirit closer to home than it has ever been at Southern. Never satisfied with each new ebb and accomplishment the Southern cheerleaders went on and on to lead the students, support the students and promote spirit. Their presence was known in good and in bad with never a head hung in despair of shame but always that anxious smile of optimism. Chosen to lead Spirit, this crew of golden birds rose high, high above their call. BASKETBALL \\ v^ MMimiiViiii IMMBI ^/Basketball ". With nowhere to go but up, the basketball Golden Eagles won 33% more games than did they in 71-72. The yearlong victory drought came to a halt in the second game of the season when USM whipped Spring Hill, 111-88, before a sparse crowd that would grow in size and enthusiasm as the season wore on. The Eagles of Coach Jeep Clark ended the season with an 8 and 16 record and heads held high with optimism over improvements to come. A dual blessing came to the flock when the dynamic duo of Glenn Masson and Steve Greene migrated into the Coliseum and became USM's number 1 and number 2 scorers respectively. Casey Price led an improved attack on the boards and was backed strongly by newcomers Royce Woolever and James Palmer. Danny Thornsberry delivered beautifully for a second consecutive season. Basketball/187 188/Basketball FRONT ROW, left to right: Steve Greene, Al Lahr, Danny Thornsberry, Glenn Masson, Buddy Davenport, Bobby Bowden, James Simmons. BACK ROW, left to right: Ernie Burton, Jim Simons, Steve Gittleman, Royce Woolever, James Palmer, Casey Price. Basketball/189 ^^^^^^mm^^^^mt USM 77, Houston 104 USM 111, Spring Hill 82 USM 84, West Texas State 99 USM 60, Ole Miss 88 USM 94, Delta State 77 USM 84, Southeastern Louisiana 74 USM 66, Louisiana Tech 87 USM 87, Utah State 91 USM 80, Tennessee at Chattanooga 81 USM 105, Missouri at St. Louis 83 USM 83, Centenary College 1 06 USM100,Tulane105 USM 86, Northeast Louisiana 83 USM72.LSUN071 USM 81 , Centenary College 97 USM 88, Northwestern Louisiana 107 USM 88, Old Dominion 110 USM 86, University of N. C.-Charlotte 96 USM 60, University of S. Alabama 66 USM 1 03, Georgia Southern College 76 USM 78, Tennessee at Chattanooga 98 USM79.LSU107 USM 80, Pan American University 77 USM 84, University of Corpus Christi 92 USM's spiked Golden Eagles flew straight up through the middle of the season with nine straight victories, but then took a late season nose dive to level off for a 1 2 and 12 season. The stars were many during a year of home wins and road trip disasters. At the top of the list and the statistical totals at the end of the season stood pitcher Buddy Davenport, slugger Wilson Plunkett, scrappy Darryle Lauderdale, and top hitter Tommy Adkins. Davenport took half the USM victories as his own, including 4 during that 9 game sweep. Star footballer Wilson Plunkett wooed the spectators and pro scouts with his .405 average, 3 tape measure roundtrippers, and 20 RBI's. Lauderdale stroked the ball at a .346 clip, and streaked the bases like a roadrunner once aboard. Tommy Adkins led the team's hitters with a .464 average, but batted only 28 times. 192/ Baseball "V- ~> '■'■■. t' -*iA r+2? \- • 7*..' .4>-'^,," f. Baseball/193 194/Baseball / \ Glenn Masson Eddie Chanove Billy Breene Dale Forchetti GaryCanizarro Ricky Sutherland Perry Bracey Steve New Buddy Davenport Wilson Plunkett Jack Rodriquez Sammy Smith Daryl Lauderdale Jimmy Day Homer King Bobby Muhs Bert Brennen Clint Hill Treadwell Davis, Jr. Gary Krebs Tommy Adkins Craig Stephens MikeSuber Cliff Kirkland Bob Fredrick GaryRischie Pete Taylor, Head Coach Baseball/195 ^m^x m yyt M m ;; *•■*■ ■v"- : ^"*;;:!:i:-\ TENNIS 196/Tennls FRONT ROW, left to right: Ricky Creel, Randy Bullock, Joel Gardner, Alan Carr, John Bishop, Donnie Tynes. BACK ROW: Sam Ford, John Kramer, Dick Cowart, Coach "Doc" Harrington, George Puckett, Andy Campbell, Bobby Pilgrim. KNEELING, left to right: Susan Thomas, Jo Wilson, Gail Bishop, Debbie Malone. STANDING, left to right: Barbara Vlehweg, Betty Beard, Sally Courtney, Pam Griffin. Not pictured Janet Poole. Tennls/197 GOLF David Smith Earl Thames Robby Hayes Jud Vance Randy Hines Ronnie Stephenson Charles Myers Mike Greene MikeBlanchard Job Knoke •'t "4i*W otINC F *we» ft ' .». '■&*. . * # .. I *^fc* ' 4*» <P .v * - . JLSUN.0 - 382 LSUNO' 373 Tulane 386 . '-" Southeastern La. 388 B . 0: Van H ook in vitation a I Tulane Tournament 'Florida State Tournament LSU Tournament Miss. State Tournament * «4 USM 368 USM 395 USM 389 USM 382 LSUNO#1,USM#2(outof12team S ) USM #4 (out of 9 teams) USM #18 (out of 22 teams) USM #10 (out of 10 teams) USM #9 (out of 9 teams) ) ; ■■< i -■ m * f I Weightlifting Handball M— The Nads W— Alpha Sigma Alpha M— The Jokers W— Independents M— Kappa Sigma W— Independents M— Sigma Alpha Epsilon M— H.P.E.R. W— Hillcrest M— The Jokers W— Pinehaven M— The Weaklings M— Bishop & Walters Softball M— The Jokers W— The Independents lntramurals/196 / Intramural athletics involves more students than any other organized activity on the campus, excluding maybe classes. This year the department was blessed with an untiring Director that developed each sport into a highly professional, coordinated competition. His name is Gary Hannan, and his energy and enthusiasm is known by all who participated in Intramurals. On the competitive side it was a student named Perry Coggins and his corp of super athletes of all sorts, sizes and sports, that dominated the men's scene. They called themselves The Jokers and they are now known as the Overall Intramural Champs for 72-73. Their strongest competition came from Kappa Sigma. The highlight of the season came early when the Black Panthers met the happy-go-lucky Nads for the men's football title. The Nads came away with a victory in that little Super Bowl. They were sparked by a brilliant performance from a southpaw quarterback named Muhs. Women's participation increased this year and with it, so did the competition. In the end it was the group of feminine athletes named The Independents who rose above the rest. Alpha Sigma Alpha and Hillcrest provided staunch competition all the way. 200/lntramuials ^ *. '•* lntremurals/201 J' , Table of Contents for Organizations 205 Greeks 244 Honoraries 250 Academic Honoraries 255 Student Government 261 Media 271 Fine Arts 287 Professional 293 Military 298 Religious 304 Miscellaneous GREEKS Table of Contents for Organizations 205 Greeks 244 Honoraries 250 Academic Honoraries 255 Student Government 261 Media 271 Fine Arts 287 Professional 293 Military 298 Religious 304 Miscellaneous GREEKS Panhellenic Council FIRST ROW, from left: Jody Robinson, Delta Zeta; Mary Roberts, Alpha Sigma Alpha; Pam Shields, Delta Gamma; Becky Snellgrove, Delta Zeta. SECOND ROW: Barbara Ross, Assistant Dean of Students; Tena Clark, Phi Mu; Laurie Brock. Kappa Delta; Lisa Sims, Kappa Delta; Brenda Schmidt, Pi Beta Phi; Judy Price, Phi Mu; June Dale, Chi Omega. THIRD ROW: Jamie LeNoIr, Sigma Sigma Sigma; Jeanne Taylor, Delta Delta Delta; Beth Selby, Pi Beta Phi; Cindy Slinkard, Panhellenic President, Delta Zeta; Eva Everitt, Chi Omega. l\ *-* §1 : (I | Junior Panhellenic Council— FIRST ROW, from left: Pam Stanley, Pi Beta Phi; Laura Bahr, Jr., Panhellenic President, Alpha Sigma Alpha; Sally Rogers, Delta Gamma; Faye Morie, Delta Zeta. SECOND ROW: Sally Williams, Delta Delta Delta, Celia Byrd, Sigma Sigma Sigma; Linda Kennedy, Kappa Delta; Barbara Ross, Advisor; THIRD ROW: Charlotte Mioton, Sigma Sigma Sigma; Carol Miller, Delta Delta Delta; Frantone Pandedos, Delta Zeta; Anna Sentell, Delta Gamma; Odette Robb, Pi Beta Phi. 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White, Jr. Rosamond Joy Alter Lois Bailey Susan Judge Bardwell Janet Gaye Baugh Thomas J. Bergman Rebecca Ann Boisture Tommy R. Bourner PeggyJ.Dickerson William Kemp Carter Wanda L. Cleveland «#» Rebecca Holmes Dearman Clarice Annette Denoux David Ernest Dwyer Jacquelyn Diane Edwards Karen Lee Ford Victoria Ann Foster Lyman W. Fritz Janice Garner Gibson Catherine A. Goellner Jay Perry Gordon Griffis '% Barbara Jane Harvey Carol Michelle Hudson Imogene Pickett Huffman Vicki Lynn Humphries Mary Margaret Joachim Martin Cullerton Kelly Johnny Labarbera Kirby James Lambert Michael G. Land Terry Reinhardt Levy Gail Lucus Terry Ellen Markwalder Allan Craig Mauldin Michael H:Mayberry Janey Faye Mayo eorge E. McGee Alice Webb McGuffie David M. Miller Marilyn A. Stewart Miller onald D. Morgan renda Jo Morrison Pamela Beth Murry Linda Carol Nelson Wayne Nix Beate Regina Rabe John Milton Rider Viki Louise Saul Benny Camp Smith Imelda Frances Smith David L. Snowden Stephen Mark Stewart Debra Duff Stringer Brian R. Sweet Joseph R. Taylor Teresa Lawrence Thompson \^,% * ^*f ^MMfl ±~4 *r~4 *~* Earl D.Thornton, Jr. Janet Elizabeth Walton Angele M. Wambsgans Deborah Adele Watts Carey Goodman White Patricia Ann White Roy M. Wilson Gregory J. Garner Richard B. Lewandowski John R. Benham, Jr. David B. Burtness Nancy Melton Chance Susan Elizabeth Drinkard Hilda Jane Edwards Patricia D.Gentry Cassandra Lee Green Jerry D. Heitzman George Laverne Himes Lois E. Kierstead Howell Jon S. Hunter John William Kennedy Janet Lucia Kidd Debra J. Stegenga Kinard Carmen C. Kimmon LucyC. Landrum Davina Mae Martin Katherine Elaine Morgan Bradley William Nicholson Benjamin S. Patrick Pamela Elizabeth Payment Carol Annette Pigford Patricia Louise Tiblier Bobbye Allums Woodson Beverly Ann Guy ite * % ' % " "H %fm ^% ^^ Phi Kappa Phi/245 Phi Delta Rho SENIOR WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP HONORARY From left, FIRST ROW: Kit Prestridge, Sec; June Dale, Pres.; Susie Paul; Debbie Oliver; Paula Bounds, Treas. SECOND ROW: Dana Hurst; Terrie French; Sue Weir, Brenda Etheridge. THIRD ROW: Gayle Morgan; Brenda Shrock; Teresa Moore; Peggy Moody; Mary Virginia Terry. FOURTH ROW: Veda Reed; Carolyn Fanning; Beverly Atkinson. FIFTH ROW: Nancy T. Seall, Mary Leigh Pittman. Not Pictured: Louise Brown; Sandra Kaiser. Intiates March, 1973 Cindy Stanley Anita Howell Margaret Metcalfe Vicki Mashburn Becky Barnes JeannetteAsmar Vicky Foster Sherry Pound Vicki Saul Amy Nix Janet Legget Marcie Munn Lula Fuller Stephanie Hrezo Marjorie Austin Angele Wambsgans Beverly Medel Emily Deen Connie Kihyet Becky Boisture JuanitaSims Becky Huston Jane Armstrong Marcia Randall Gail Lucas Membership in Phi Delta Rho is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a senior woman who has participated as a citizen of Southern's student body. Selection of the recepients of this honor is based on scholarship, leadership, and character among senior women and promotes high standards of conduct. 246/Phi Delta Rho Omicron Delta Kappa MEN'S LEADERSHIP SOCIETY From Left, FIRST ROW: Joe Paul, Dr. Billy Grantham, Dr. William Poirier, Dr. Eric McCoy Gunn. SECOND ROW: Dr. John Burrus, Randy Pope, Ronald Stegeman, Dr. Peter Stocks, Dr. Leon Wilber. THIRD ROW: Dr. Nau, Dr. John Gonzales, Dr. James Frederick Walker, Dr. John Ray Skates. FOURTH ROW: George McGee, Dr. Joseph Green, Robert K. Stump, Carroll Freeman, Benny Newton. Initiated November 5, 1972 Bobby Joe Bishop James Mark Chapman David LynnChilds Lawrence Keith Dubuisson William Kyle Gantt Phillip King Gilmore John Ellis Price John NeilVamell Edward Neil Wright John N. Burrus Billy J. Grantham Leon A. Wilber Officers 1972-1 973 President-Moran M. Pope III Vice-President-William T. Morrison Faculty Secretary-John E. Gonzales Treasurer-Johnny Johnson Faculty Advisor-Forrest Tucker Voting Faculty Members- James F. Walker John Ray Skates, Jr. Initiated March 18,1973 William Ross Arnold, Jr. Andrew Foil Campbell George Patrick Chapman William M.Chui James B.Curtis Melvin L. Hawkins Joseph Benjamin Newton, Jr. Joseph Scott Paul Gary Eugene Phillips Ronald Lee Stegeman Robert Keith Stump Peter K. Stochs Honoris Causa: Bobby Lee Chain Omicron Delta Kappa/247 Cwens Cwens is a national honor society for sophomore women whose members are chosen on the basis of scholarship and leadership as shown during the freshman year. From left, FIRST ROW: Belmont Phelps, Jan Janes, Debra Karls, Margaret Marsden, Janet Poole (President), Connie Jones, Kathy Maclnnis, Lynn Roe, Cindy Colquett, Barbara Ross (advisor). SECOND ROW: Deborah Shults, Denise O'Grady, Kissy Brockman, Pam Shields, Dean Meador (Secretary), Martha DeCoux, Janet Boyle. Gold Key Society Felton Brandt Schmershal Richard Glenn Cowart Bradley Ellis Byrne Eric Richard Prenshaw Scott Thames— Outstanding Freshman 248/Cwens & Gold Key Society Alpha Lambda Delta > oi '/ ** Julia Murry president LaNell Lucius vice-president Janet Poole secretary Sherry Mclnnis treasurer Initiated March, 1973 Diane Arnst Julia Bakley Brenda Belcher Mary Jo Campbell Margaret Chun Lynn Daniels JeannieDeen Nicola, DeRamus Susan Ebrite Stephanie Fikes Sherry Fortenberry Eve Gable Deborah Gross JeanGuice Mary Halliday Laurel Heneger Shirley Henry Linda Hunter Anita Kay Johnson Teresa Jones Marsha Judge Donna Lewis Brenda Gail Miller Susan Moellers Ruth Nelson Sue Norwood Frances Ogletree InaRuth Peters Mecia Roberts Helen Robertson Robin Roderick Marian K. Rogers Robin Rogers Margaret Simpson BethTempel Brenda Trigg Judy Ward Marilyn Weston Sally Williams Daphne Winters Louan Windham Honorary Members Barbara Ross Anne Jordan Initiated May, 1973 Marie Lucille Antoon Katherine Banks Betty Delancy Kathryn Galvin Dawn Anita Goodman Claudia Greer KathyJaneHickey Mary Jane Hornsby Jeanne Cleste Kathy Ann King Lucy Mercile Mcllwain Sandra Alane Milan Carrolyn Ann Reeves Catherine Ann Shaw Janis Lee Stafford Alpha Lambda Delta is a national honor society for freshman women who have attained a 3.5 overall average by the end of the first, second, or third quarter of their freshman year. The purpose is to promote intelligent living and a high standard of learning, and to encourage superior scholarship. Alpha Lambda Delta/249 ACADEMIC HONORARIES Kappa u Epsiion Mathematics Honor Society From left, FIRST ROW: Jack Munn, Natalie Miller, Ruth Ann Ratcliff, Nancy C. Dunigan, Benny Smith, Rory MacDowell (Vice-Pres.). SECOND ROW: Kirby Lambert, Julia Faust (secretary), Warrene Ferry, Alice Essary, Cheryl Goodman, Dennis Bledsoe. THIRD ROW: Jim Caveny, Ed Oxford (advisor), Terry Wade, Harry Dole, Joe Morrell, Otis Solomon, Baxter White. Pi Gamma Mu Social Studies Honor Society Intitiated January, 1973: Monika S. Baron, Mary Marlene Butler, James Edward Case, William M. Chui, James Thomas Carida, Paul Joseph Delcambre, Jr., George Morris Ethridge, III, Gregory John Garner, William Francis Herlehy, George L. Himes, Carol Michelle Hudson, Connie Lea Jones, Philip A. Kalisch, Eugene D. Kaufman, Linda F. Keith, Brenda M. Landry, Shirlee Amanda Louise Lovitt, Swep Hugh Lovitt, III, David Paul Lyons, Susan Nelson McCraine, Gary Wendel Matthews, William T. Mealor, Jr., Jane Harriet Peneguy, Gary E. Phillips, Thomas A. Pobjecky, Randy Pope, Kirby F. Post, Larry William Simmons, Dan H. Singley, Jr., Cecil Raymond Webb. Academic Honoraries/251 Medical Technology Club Bottom to top, FIRST ROW: Donece Breland, Cathy Douglass (treasurer), Chris Hartwig, Keith Speed. SECOND ROW: Lula Fuller (Secretary), Betsy Patten, Michele Morgan, Karen Lee, Patsy Smith (Vice-President), Jody Chunn, Patti Rutledge, Leo Lovelace, Wally Wester (President). 252/ Academic Honoraries r Kappa Omicron Phi, national professional Home Economics fraternity, is an organization designed to accomplish the following goals: —to enrich experience of the student by placing a renewed emphasis upon standards of scholarship and the development of leadership. —to further the better interest of Home Economics in four-year colleges, —to develop women with high ideals and a deep appreciation for the sanctity of the American home, —to provide opportunities for broad social and high intellectual and cultural attainments, —to stimulate members to attain intellectual, spiritual, ethical and aesthetic poise. Kappa Omicron Phi \'i: U\. ' ! i| I Seated left to right: Beth Murray, Kay Sherry Adams (Secretary), Janet Walton, Sue Humphries (Sponsor), Jorene Williams. Kneeling: Michele Justice (Vice-president), Ann Darren, Davina Martin. Standing: Kathy Robinson, Patti Jernigan, Cynthia Lathum. Dianne Elliot, Barbara Bond, Delores Davis, Rachel Clark, Peggy Lindsey, Shellie Johnston, Susie Reese (President). Academic Honoraries/253 Phi Alpha Theta President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Historian G. Douglas Inglls Greg Garner William Rook Carol Nix Jerry Ludikee J.P.White Stephen Ward Swep Lovitt Leonard Wilson Douglas L.Smith Daniel Vogt Charles Sizemore Carl H. Duncan Blannie Curtis Richard Faust Robert Geiberg David Dewyer Susan Graham George Fallaine Lamar Gorney Richard Lewaudowski Michelle Hudson Sandra Easterling Susan Gordon Dr. Philip Kalisch Dr. Kenneth McCarty Dr. NeilMcMillen Dr. Glenn Harper Dr. JohnGuico Dr. John Gonzales Dr. John R. Skates Dr. William Scarborough Dr. Claude Fike Dr. James Treadwell Davis Dr. OrazioCiccarelli Dr. Robert Brent Dr. Richard Bowers Dr. JayAnglin vx.'*" " , *w :x' * ^: -& ■-•« STUDENT GOVERNMENT ■tr c : * <': ^v*& >^ : i\ $ ^•yrgfat^M, ,-»~A« Student Government Association SGA Executive Council Edd Braisher AMS PRESIDENT NannetteNoland ELECTION COMMISSIONER Pat Chapman PRESIDENT Becky Huston SECRETARY Vicky Foster AWS PRESIDENT NOT PICTURED: Ellis Taylor PRESIDENT (FALL, 1972) John E. Price TREASURER Garry Dearmen SPIRIT DIRECTOR Diversification and communication were the keys in student government this year. The SGA expanded its services by creating rental referral, job employment and legal aid agen- cies. The SGA tutoring service was expanded to employ student workers on federally- subsidized work-study. Panhellenic dormitory has gone on a self-regulated hours basis for junior and senior women who desire the privilege. The SGA initiated "USM Week" to aid the University in recruiting, and will play an active role in freshman orientation. Human rights became a "priority" on our campus. Communications have been improved on the student level through a more represen- tative executive council, on the community level through numerous joint projects, and on the administration level. A mutual respect between the administration and the SGA was developed— an important communication link which in the past was absent. USM— it has become a state leader in student politics and state affairs. Most petty internal problems vanished, and the path was clear to deal with the important issues like rights, dorm hours, and human rights. Add to these projects annual responsibilities of spirit, the Miss Southern Pageant, and Awards Day to name a few. Last year was a year of accomplishment- accomplishment through diversification and communication in student government. Hopefully, it is only the Beginning! SGA/257 Student Senate Meeting every Monday night in the University Commons Banquet Room, the USM Student Senate once again proved to be its usual self— sometimes productive, sometimes not. The year came and went and so did the Presidents of the Senate. How can an organization "efficiently" operate without a competent President? Appointments for vacated positions and committee positions were made— some to people with no qualifications for the job and others after long drawn out floor debates. Resolutions were made, but most fell into the trap of the Rules Committee such as the condemning of the killings at Southern Louisiana University in Baton Rouge or the lowering of fines for parking tickets to 50 cents. Heavy debate over abolishment of the English Proficiency Test was futile; the English Department decided that the test was still necessary and was to remain unchanged. While trying to take progressive steps for the University, the Senators found themselves learning a little more about the legislative system— including the parliamentary law according to Robert. At the same time there are always those who make the weekly meeting for their "ego trip." Through all the litigation, the Senate did contribute to the campus: the establishment of an Emergency Council to "convene and evaluate possible alternatives before an authority is granted armed militia to suppress student protest," the rewriting of the Election Code, and the establishment of a legal aid bureau. However, to most students the reflection of the Senate was hard to figure out. Get the picture? SENATE ROSTER Jeannette Asmar David Bounds Hal Braswell Cheryl Brehm Alvin Cooley Dick Cowart- Pres. Pro Tempore Ada Crosby Carol Dixon Nan Duke Mike Ernst George Ethridge Ellen Ford Eve Gable Debbie Graham Pene Gray Ken Hankins Melvin Hawkins Bill Havis Ellen Hunter Debbie Jabour Karlene Jabour Clay Johnson Debbie Karls Connie Kihyet Denise Lewis- Secretary Margaret Marsden Sharon McKenna Dean Meador Ann Miller Susan Morris Robert Phillips Rick Prenshaw Beth Price Sally Ann Roberts Alan Saucier Lela Smith UklerzineSoloman Arnold Stewart Ron Strebeck Terry Stringer Scott Thames Stan Thorton Tom Walker Bill Patterson Carolyn Fanning Barbara Baker Bill Steele Pam Smith Student Court Chief Justice Chip Edwards Associate Justices Melvin Hawkins Laura Ward Gordon Larson Bill Napier Margaret Peters TOP ROW, left to right: Myra Allison, Vice President: Sue Young; Mary Alice Noll, Becky Hinton, 1 st Vice President; Mecla Roberts; Kathy Crosby; Frances Ogletree, Secretary; Vicky Foster, President; Gayle Smith; Donna Lewis; Lynn Weston. BOTTOM ROW: Renee McCaa; Cindy Coulquett; Deborah Anderson; Jeannie Dean, Treasurer; Kendall Fountain. NOT PICTURED: Cheryl Batey, Kathleen Hodgins. Association of Women Students Changing times brought a change to the traditions of A.W.S. Previously thought of as the "police women", the A.W.S. tried to change its image by revising the women rules to suit the needs of the students (and the administration). Expansion of the self-regulated hours system, attempts to initiate dorm visitation, the elimination of 'probation', and a revision of the judicial system were some of the major points of emphasis. Student Government/259 President's Advisory Board From left, FIRST ROW: Ada Crosby, Minority Relations Representative; Barbara Ross, Assistant Dean of Students; Denise Lewis, AWS President; Pat Chapman, SGA President; Gail Hurst, SGA Vice-President; Marlow Robinson, Assistant Director of Student Activities; Becky Huston, SGA Secretary; Becky Rutter, Editor, 1973 Southerner; Dr. Charles W. Moorman, Dean of the University. SECOND ROW: Lise Morreale, Election Commissioner; Anne Jordan, Assistant Dean of Students; C. J. Taylor, Assistant Director of Intercollegiate Athletics; Berengher Brechtel, Assistant Dean of Students; Dr. William D. McCain, President of the University; C. O. Smalling, Financial Secretary. THIRD ROW: Dr. Peter Durkee, Dean of Student Affairs; Dr. William Shafer, Director of Student Counseling; W. E. Kirkpatrick, Director of Public Information; Joe Braisher, AMS President; Edd Braisher, Spirit Director; Bob Bishop, Editor, Student Printz; Warren Dunn, Director of Student Activities. 260/Student Government — *a MEDIA 73 SOUTHERNER Diane Quick Classes Gayle Smith Layouts Cindy Reynolds Classes Helen Robertson Classes 262/73 Southerner Laura Ward Layouts Adelle Trigg Not Pictured: Classes Joe Paul Sports Sarah Harkins Greg Jones Classes Photography Frances Ogletree Typing Becky Rutter Editor Amy Nix Associate Editor '73 Southerner/263 The Student Printz Danny Cotter Advertising Mike Anderson Advertising Karen Brehm News Editor 264/Medla Parnell McKay Brenda Boykin Tommy Seaton Mechanical Managing Editor Photographic Superintendent Foreman Bob Bishop Executive Editor Investigating problems as obstinate as prostitution in Hattiesburg and as relevant as shortages of grape Kool-Aid, The Student Printz (often known as the twice-weekly travesty), found that freedom of the press is what the local District Attorney says it is. Despite the mistakes ("a ladies power room has been added . . ."), the editors found themselves implementing many changes other university papers made years ago. Like, why run fraternity and sorority officer pictures when the only person interested in them is the chapter's scrapbook editor? In the changes, new priorities were re-evaluated. Should student government get front page headlines when 300 out of 9,000 students vote in campus elections? Should the UAC get free advertising for every little thing it does? Some complained that the Printz wasn't providing communication. Others were disgruntled that some of the stories reflected badly upon the University's image (the story of how the UAC had a chance for Bloodrock when Bill Withers cancelled and lost $1500 in the process.... the editorial stating the head football coach's contract shouldn't be renewed). And it is true the reliability and credibility of some stories and quotes were extremely questionable... and some editorials were so completely off-base they lost "sight" of the issue. Nonetheless, this year's Printz was markedly different from anything before it. Readers were taken slightly off-course by Chip Millet's "little weirders", but so few understood its messages. Then there was Add One, which had no messages, just things to do (for fun and pleasure throughout the entire day, keep a frog in your underwear), and it asked questions as well (What if a banana raped an ice cube?). The Printz was regarded as liberal by those who have been around to compare it with past years and as moderate by the great majority who just doesn't care. Most became aware that there might be something worth reading in it when the executive editor got subpoened to appear before the county Grand Jury as the Printz carried a story on local prostitution stating that there wasn't much to be had (professionally). Coming to their rescue was University President William D. McCain who defended the Printz's first amendment right to freedom of the press. Editors felt their publication had a great deal of maturing to do. With intimidation occasionally coming from those in power, much was accomplished: a lot of the trash was cut out despite beliefs by some that the Printz should serve as a public relations tool for the University. The editor bragged that both television stations in South Mississippi read the paper closely for news leads as well as most newspapers in the area. True, its stories were constantly featured by the local television station and newspaper; the Associated Collegiate Press even saw fit to award the Printz its cherished All-American rating. But it also wound up in the bottom of bird cages and trash cans just as frequently. So the main thing to be said for the year's volume is that it was in transition. ..but where it was going still isn't clear. Tom Eppes Associate News Editor Tony McMullen Staff Photographer Not Pictured: Rande Brandon Business Manager Ann Anderson Assistant Composing Room Foreman Here's Bob . Media/265 WMSU As the song says "It Was A Very Good Year" for student broadcasters at the University. More than 200 students got involved in broadcasting through radio station WMSU. The AM, carrier-current station beams its signal into eight campus dormitories, carrying news and views of the campus and programming contemporary and progressive music to more than 4000 students. A "new" baby born April 25, 1973, was the campus FM station. WMSU-FM struggled to life after nearly two years of filling out forms for the Federal Communications Commission, telephone calls to New Orleans, memos to University administration, request for broadcast equipment funds, and selection of studio space in Southern Hall. WMSU-FM is a ten-watt educational station, operating on a frequency of 91.1 megahertz. During the first months of operation, with tower and transmitter on top of the Science Building, the station sent its signal out eight miles, ensuring coverage of the metropolitan Hattiesburg-Petal area. WMSU-AM is operated solely by students. Paid student manager, program director, news director and traffic manager handle the entire operation. A graduate assistant is assigned to the station in an advisory capacity only. WMSU-FM is headed by Dave Waite, assistant professor of com- munication. The staff and personnel are selected from among the best of the broadcast majors. Both stations have full-time news staffs, sportscasters, public affairs directors, and disc jockeys. And both stations have fun while going about the business of teaching students the fundamentals of radio broadcasting today. L.Steve Cobb Jaqi Ward Marie Antoon 266/WMSU Ralph Woosley DaveWaite Doug Pritchett Becky Hinton Keith Drake Linda Waite Ann Agee Randy Shanks Sandy May William C.Galloway Jeff Rodeghero Mike Dunn Laura Flannery James Etheredge WMSU/267 Joe Stonestreet Walter Harrison 268/photo service Cindy Francisco Robert Phillips Peggie Meadows Beth Cane USM PHOTO SERVICE located in the Union Vaughn Wilson Debbie Gross Pam Orlicek Not Pictured: Larry Land Photo Service/269 University Publications Board Dr. Claude E. Fike, Chairman Tom Eppes Nannette Noland Margaret Peters Mary Ann Wash Bob Bishop Becky Rutter W. E. Kirkpatrick ex-officio Barbara Ross Dr. Glenn T. Harper Dr. Wallace G.Kay Dr. J. Lloyd Milan Warren K. Dunn Dr. Stanford Gwin Made up of both students and faculty involved with the different publication and representing different facets of campus life, the Board meets quarterly to discuss the various publications and problems which may arise within its jurisdiction. It meets also to select the editors of the Drawl, the Southerner, and The Student Printz. 270/Media k^-a FINE ARTS DIXIE DARLINGS CAPTAINS Tonie Johnson Pam Stahnke Candy Chandler Paula Bounds Debbie French Debbie Olson Mari Donna Barnett Eve Gable Debbie Westbrook Mary Kate Putnam Nancy Ball Brenda Prestridge Mattie Watson Susan Wolski Barbara Gregg Diane Ducote Sherry Shelton Vicki Nettles Sara Ray Mclnnis Diane Quick Jeanette Asmar Debbie Stewart Phyllis Quails Mary Neville Sherry Watkins Olivia Crumbley Jann Wyckoff Kim Williams Vicki Cupp Barrie Bridges Demetria Davis Becky Barnes Kathy Netterville Frankie Ellis Vicki Bowman Gail Miller Patti Eberst Patti Mikel Terri Crawley Betsy Spinks Jann O'Brian Jane Calfee Mary Agnes Purvis Ann Mathis POM POM GIRLS Left to right: Mary Neville Ann Mathis Candy Chandler Debbie Olson Tonie Johnson— Captain Pam Stahnke— Co-captain Gail Miller Mari Donna Barnett Eve Gable Pom Pom Girls/273 USM MARCHING BAND "THE PRIDE" MR. LARRY VAN WEED, Director Mr. Sidney McKay, Asst. Director Mr. Shermon Hong, Asst. Director President— Mark Chapman Vice President— Dave Medel Secretary— Beverly Medel Treasurer— Eddie Centanni FLUTES Balk, Mary Barr, Ellen Bennett, Deborah Buice, Bonnie Demarest, Zabette Felis, Carol Gaar, Kenneth Glatzau, Susan *Graham, Kathryn Harper, Linda Harvey, Patricia Herran, Nancy Johnson, Sheilah Lee, Susan McWilliams, Jane 'Medel, Beverly Powell, Pam Rakestraw, Sharon Rodgers, Karen Tauss, Kim Weaver, Katie Welsh, Nora White, Cindy CLARINETS Adams, JoAnne Arnold, Susan Lynn Bennett, Tom Braden, Debi Brady, Alan Buzzella, Anthony Carlin, Jane *Centanni, Edward Chain, Linda "Chapman, Mark Clark, Pat *Fendlason, Vicki Fielding, Melle •Fuller, Nancy Graham, Linda Griffin, Mary Gustine, Michael Hacke, Liane Jackson, Kenny Jarvis, Carolyn Jones, Pat Knight, Karen Linton, Lynette Mclnnis, Sherry McMullian, Neal Moellers, Susan Otis, Gloria Peden, Robert Prince, June Kichler, Georgi Prochazka Radford, Lee Sadler, Brent Vasselus, Pam Ward, Barry White, Judy Woodmansee, Carla SAXOPHONES Bennett, Richard Blaylock, Richard Burnett, Michael Capps, Ronald Chapman, Tim Clark, Norman Coffman, Ray Dearing, Danny Fisher, Mark Graham, Brenda •Ladner, Donald Lucas, Gail McKenna, Sharon Morton, Cindy Powell, Tommy Reeves, Carrolyn Rollin, Donna Thrower, Andy Walls, William TRUMPETS Adams, Joe Bill Adams, Rebel Bartlett, Terry Bennett, Howard Blakeney, Greg Brashier, Edd Briggs, William Buck, Thomas Buice, Carla Bush, John Byrd, Bruce Carter, Mike Clanton, Richard Clark, Ted Clements, Jeff Cook, David Daigneault, David Davis, Jerry •Davis, Randy 274/Prldo Davis, Treadwell Dean, Jay *Freund, Mike Gipson, John *Greatwood, Dave Hickman, Eileen Hodgins, Kathleen Hourguettes, Jack Janes, John Lee, Barbara McCarthy Pat Medel, Dave Millsaps, Alan Niblett, Billy Stiffler, Allan VanZandt, Paul Walker, Jim Williams, David Wilson, James EUPHONIUMS Berry, Steve Blackwell, Steve Fielding, Mari Harris, Robert Ladner, Dianne Livingston, Gaylen Turner, Paul Tyrone, Charles *Watson, Tom Williams, Hershal DRUM MAJORS Petty, Penny Watts, William FEATURE TWIRLERS Cunningham, Reba Jo Hall, Kay Hamilton, Linda Gail FLAG CORPS Banyas, Nancy Bridges, Joycelyn Galbraith, Jeannette *Greatwood, Rosalie Jones, Betty King, Kathy Long, Karen McClendon, Vicki Romeo, Debby Sanders, Cindy Townsend, Ruth RIFLE SQUAD Bigsby, Patti Correro, Barbara Dearden, Connie Kennedy, Cindy •Denotes Drillmaster FRENCH HORNS Adams, John Brown, Chip Chapman, Mike Dacus, Ed Dewett, James Hundemer, Thomas Johnson, Bryan Johnston, Jane MacKenzie, Jana Pakis, Tom Peters, Ruth Ricker, Cheryl *Rigdon, Jimmy Sawyer, Debbie Wainwright, Charlie TROMBONES Banko, Frank Brashier, Joe Brigham, Joe Cook, John Cummings, Walter Eyerly, David Gates, Jerry 'Harris, Neil Landers, Wayne Levy, Gary Norris, Chris Oliver, Dee Page, Glen *Stump, Bob Wade, Bruce Walker, Tom Wallace, Mike Walton, John Weeks, Ray TUBAS Barnett, Stephen Bonner, Gene Bruister, Jim Crockett, Jean Cumberland, Jerry Durham, Robert Edgar, Frank Hollingsworth, Dwight Jackson, Tim McNeece, Kim PERCUSSION Allen, Rie Anderson, Mark Carpenter, Hugh Clark, Ted Dove, Larry Ellis, Dee Fallin, Eddie Gallagher, Evan Grant, Greg Hamilton, Jim Haney Phil Holland, Eddie James, Wilton Maxwell, Brian Osborne, Holly Palmer, Robert "Peters, Richard Posey, Mark Shivers, Bobby Sims, Larry Spruill, Dennis Swinford, Harry Williams, Brad Witherspoon, Michael VHBBK&f* Pride/275 ■ 3 ' . .-'■-—- t::* 276/Prid© Pride/277 ~r\ ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL FIRST VIOLIN 'Theodore Madsen, Concertmaster Janis Adams Marjorie Asp Joyce Bourdette Shilley Hentges Nancy Hopper Harry McCraw Christine Masiello Wynne Maily Charlotte Scurry Linda Smith SECOND VIOLIN •Richard Sanchez, Principal Robert Addison Howard Bahr Gerry Edwards Lucille Flohr Kathy Grantham Gayle Morgan John Myrick Barry Rogers Page Winfield VIOLA 'Newts Guilbeau, Principal Jeanne Dahmer Bruce Grantham Alice Lasater David Presser Lee Radford Mary Jane Richmond SueTomlin CELLO •Robert Mason, Principal Russell Bourdette Carol Commisky Margaret Guilbeau William Lidinsky Barbara Mason Charles Munoz Karen Webster BASS Donald Acrey, Principal David Ethridge Mike Montgomery Bruce Moreton HARP 'Sharon Lebsack FLUTE Jan Crawford Beverly Medel Ellen Barr Elizabeth Demarest Patty Harvey JaneMcWilliams PICCOLO Beverly Medel Ellen Barr OBOE ValarieMullison Mark Chapman Debby Romeo ENGLISH HORN Mark Chapman CLARINET Toyota Kudo Bill Mullison Barry Ward Joe Rankin BASSOON Edwin Alexander Robert Greenhaw John Lewis Max McCartney HORN Jerry Trusty John Adams Bryan Johnson Cheryl Ricker Edward Dacus TRUMPET David Greatwood Randy Davis Joe Adams Jay Dean TROMBONE James Wilson Robert Stump Eddie Richard James McDill TUBA Gene Bonner TIMPANI Richard Peters PERCUSSION Rie Allen Jerome Gilmer James Hamilton Brian Maxwell Robert Whiddon "Fine Arts Faculty 278/Orchestra Personnel USM SYMPHONIC BAND Dr. Joe Barry Mullins, Director Flutes Barr, Ellen Crawford, Jan Demarest, Zabette Glatzau, Susan Harvey, Patty McWilliams, Jane Medel, Beverly Welsh, Nora Oboes Chapman, Mark Mullison, Bill Romeo, Debby Bassoons Alexander, Edwin Gold, Alan Greenhaw, Bob Lewis, John E b Clarinet Smith, Gordon B b Clarinets Brady, Alan Centanni, Eddie Fendlason, Vicki Fuller, Nancy Grizzle, Will Jackson, Kenny Kudo, Toyota Moellers, Susan Peden, Bob Rankin, Joe Ward, Barry White, Judy Woodmansee, Carla Bass Clarinet Barker, Dan Buzella, Tony E b Contrabass Clarinet McMullian, Neal Saxophones Bennett, Rick Blaylock, Richard Dearing, Danny Ladner, Don Trumpets Adams, Joe Daigneault, David Davis.Randy Freund, Mike Greatwood, Dave Lee, Barbara Stiffler, Allan French Horns Adams, John Dacus, Ed Deardenn Connie Dennis, Randy Trusty, Jerry Trombones McDill, Jim Richard, Eddie Stump, Bob Walker, Tom Wilson, James Euphoniums Dollarhide, Bill Miura, Touru Watson, Tom Tubas Bonner, Gene Durham, Bobby Jackson, Tim String Bass, Tuba Acrey, Don Percussion Allen, Rie Gallagher, Evan Hair, Ray Hamilton, Jim Maxwell, Brian McCarty, Bill Peters, Richard Sims, Larry USM Symphonic Band/279 USM CONCERT BAND Larry Van Weed, Director Flutes Balk, Mary Harper, Linda Herran, Nancy King, Kathy Landry, Cindy Lee, Susan Rutledge, Patti Shanafelt, Kathy Stamm, Maureen Tauss, Kim Weaver, Katie White, Cindy Oboes Buzzella, Tony Long, Karen Bassoons Felis, Carol Townsend, Ruth Clarinets Carlin.Jane Clark, Pat Graham, Linda Hacke, Liane Jarvis, Carolyn Jones, Pat Kichler, Georgi Knight, Karen Linton, Lynette Prince, June Williams, Ron Saxophones Fischer, Mark Graham, Brenda Lucas, Gail Reeves, Carolyn Rollin, Donna Thrower, Andy Trumpets Blakeney, Greg Brashier, Edd Briggs, Billy Buck, Tom Buice, Carla Davis, Treadwell Dean, Jay Gipson, John Hickman, Eileen Hodgins, Kathleen Milsaps, Alan Roberts, Bill Stennis, Charles VanZandt, Paul Walker, Jim French Horns Brown, Chip Hundemer, Tommy Johnson, Bryan Kennedy, Cindy Peters, Ruth Flicker, Cheryl Rigdon, Jimmy Sawyer, Debbie Trombones Brashier, Joe Brigham, Joe Cummings, Walter Curran, Joe Eyerly, David Gates, Jerry Levy, Gary Norris, Chris Yeager, Mickey Tubas Bruister, Jim Edgar, Frank Hollingsworth, Dwight McNeece, Kim Euphoniums Berry, Steve Blackwell, Steve Turner, Paul Webster, Karen Williams, Hershal Percussion Anderson, Mark Carpenter, Hugh Dove, Larry Ellis, Dee Fallin, Eddie Houston, Bill 280/USMCConcert Band USM VARSITY BAND Sidney McKay Sherman Hong - Directors Flutes Bennett, Debbie Bridges, Joycelyn Buice, Bonnie Gaar, Ken Graham, Kathy Rakestraw, Sharon Rodgers, Karen Oboes Chain, Linda Long, Karen Romeo, Debbie Bassoons Gustine, Mike McMullian, Neal Powell, Pam Townsend, Ruth Clarinets Adams, JoAnne Bennett, Tom Braden, Debbie Fielding, Melle Griffin, Mary McClendon, Vicki Radford, Lee Sadler, Brent Smith, Paul Vasselus, Pam Saxophones Burnett, Mike Capps, Ron Clark, Alan Coffman, Ray Kraft, Alan McKenna, Sharon Morton, Cindy Powell, Tom Walls, William Trumpets Adams, Rebel Bartlett, Terry Bennett, Howard Bush, John Carter, Mike Clements, Jeff Cook, David Davis, Jerry Hourguettes, Jack McCarthy, Pat Mize, Kathy Niblett, Billy French Horns Chapman, Mike Dewett, James Hall, Kay Johnston, Jane MacKenzie, Jana Wainwright, Charlie Watts, Bill Trombones Cook, John Harris, Neil Landers, Wayne Oliver, Dee Page, Glen Wade, Bruce Williams, David Euphoniums Fielding, Mari Harris, Robert Livingston, Gaylen Tyrone, Charles Tubas Barnett, Steve Crockett, Jean Cumberland, Jerry Lee, Alan Tulles, Jones Percussion Clark, Ted James, Wilton Palmer, Bobby Posey, Mark Shivers, Bobby Spruill, Dennis Whiddon, Robbie Williams, Brad Witherspoon, Mike USM Varsity Band/281 UNIVERSITY JAZZ LAB BAND .. *^. > :-*J-. v -«^ " ■&■■: Raoul Jerome, Conductor 282/Jazz Lab Band fleeds Dan Dearlng, lead alto, flute, clar., soprano Kenny Jackson, alto, flute, clar. Bob Greenhaw, Jazz tenor, clar., flute Rick Bennett, tenor, flute, clar. Max McCartney, Bari, bass, clar. Trumpets David Greatwood, lead Randy Davis, Asst. lead PaulVanZandt David Daignault Billy Briggs Jim Walker Trombones Tom Walker, lead Eddie Richard Bob Stump James Wilson Jim McDill, Bass Rhythm Jerome Gilmer, Piano, Organ David Ethridge, bass, electric bass Ray Hair, Drums Dee Ellis, Auxiliary Percussion Audio Alan Stiffler ,_ w UNIVERSITY MADRIGAL SINGERS SEATED Left to Right: Darryl Ferrington, Janis Langham, Marilyn Williamson, Ginger Grissom, Beth Monroe. STANDING: Rut Le Mar, Paula Godwin, Ray Landis, William Akers (director), Jane Glatts, Dean Meador, Bill Arnold, Harvey Kelley, Gayle Segroves. Madrigal Singers/283 Mu Phi Epsilon FIRST ROW seated, left to right: Zabette Demarest, Cathy Carter, Paula God bold, Jane McWilliams. SECOND ROW: Cindy Landry, Liz Marsden, Sherelyn Nobles, Trudy Moses, Linda Smith, La Nell Lucius. THIRD ROW: Betty Prichard, Gayle Ladner, Janet Broadhead, Pat Jones, Jessica Schilling, Cindy Colquet. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Gallman, Miss Vivian Wood, Val Henderson (president), Cathy Mize. 284/FlneArts Tau Beta Sigma Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Left to right: Allan Stiffler (president), Jim McDill, Steve Blackwell, Gary Levy, Jim Rigdon, Chuck Therrell, Carroll Freeman, Doug Wharton, Mike Fruend, Larry Newell (at piano). Fine Arts/285 "i. PROFESSIONAL Omicron Delta Epsilon Honor Society in Economics - From left: Bruce Whitford, Wayne Murphy, Lynda Weaver, Alvin Williams, Bill Everett, Brenda Landry. 288/Business Organizations Debbie Bonner, Kathryn Farve, Carolyn Lewis, Deborah Griffin, Janet Leggett, Judith Seymour, Sherry Rhoden, Dr. Annelle Bonner, Mary Etta Purvis, Sharon Rawls, Martha Saucier, Mabel Baldwin, Beverly Jones, Rhonda Hearn. Pi Omega Pi Society for the Advancement of Management The Society for Advancement of Management, the recognized national professional organization of managers in industry, commerce, government and education, and the pioneer in management since 1912 when the original Taylor Society was established. From left, FIRST ROW: David Pauley, Lynda Weaver, Cecil Grant, Tommy Tolar. SECOND ROW: Gary Rachuba, Becky Rutter, Bill Price, Mike Ford, Lemuel Murray. THIRD ROW: Dr. Aubrey Sanford, Kent Fontaine, Ronnie Carter, Vincent Flesher, James Singleyl NOT PICTURED: Keith Dubuisson, Billy Thornton, Joe McGuffie, Bruce Austin, Blake Mcllwain, Raymond Boutwell, George Carr, Jr., Mike Berry, Richard Edgin, Jerry Junkin, David Brown, Wilford Ishee, Elliot Dix, Tim Buckley, Lex Prichard, Dennis Rose, James Green, Steve Parramore, David Leamy, Murline, Paul Byrd. Business Organizations/289 ■M^H Alpha Epsilon Alpha From left, FIRST ROW: Don Morgan, Euley Rider, Troy Alford (Vice-President), Ed Cook (President), Kit Prestridge (Secretary), Roberta Little (Treasurer), Hayward Anderson (Advisor). SECOND ROW: Peggy Dietrick, Imelda Smith, Sandra Stokes, Sally Campbell, Kathy Joachim, Joy Harvill, Eve Everitt, Carol Deen, Margaret Metcalfe, Mary Golman. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Taylor, Terry Skantz, Wayne Nix, Michael Schmidt, Mickey McCardle, Mike Breland, Edward Fisackerly, Mike Lightsey, Clayton Johnston, Wendell Cayton, David Burtness. Phi Chi Theta 290/Business Organizations From left, FIRST ROW: Dr. Colleen Cameron (Advisor), Kathleen Burford (Treasurer), Roberta Little (President), Margaret Metcalfe (Vice-President), Jeannette Asmar (Secretary). SECOND ROW: Debbie Gardner, Sally Campbell, Viki Saul, Brenda Schmidt, Anita Prather, Mickey Roberts, Shelia Harvey, Mary Sue Phillips, Peggy Dietrick, Mary Anna Watterson, Sherye Chunn. THIRD ROW: June Dale, Margaret Peters, Eve Everitt, Carol Deen, Shirley Trussell, Peggy Branton, Joanne Sykes, Beverly Terry, Jessica Woodward, Janis Chapman. I Hl#Vfi AZ nf f>/y> a From left, FIRST ROW: Jimmy Taylor, Bob Cummings, Plez Ballard, Ernie Levenberger, Ronnie Walker, Reese Nunnery, Mike Barnes, Dwight Wisnasky, David Leamy, Bob Muli. SECOND ROW: Gary Stringer, Gilbert McLaurin, Donald Smith, Ron Reed, Bob Lee, Neil Cook, Maxie Reedy, Ernie Wingard, Ron Eaton, Frankie Herring, Jeff Tisdale, Lynn Jackson. THIRD ROW: Pat Ring, Dave Burness, Rodger Smith, George Sellers, Doug Glaze, Gerald Flynt, Ed Watson, Gary Rachuba, David Wright. Delta Sigma Pi Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of business ethics and culture, and the civic and business welfare of the community. Delta Sigma Pi Rose— Anita Prather From left, SEATED: Reese Nunnery, President; Lynn Jackson; Neil Cook. STANDING: Dwight Winasky, Social Chairman; Bob Cunnings, Advisor; Keith Dubuisson; Ernie Levenberger, Historian; David Leamy, Treasurer; Ronnie Walker, Secretary. Business Organizations/291 Business Student Advisory Council The Business Student Advisory Council functions as an effective organization to advise the Dean of the School of Business Administration and to coordinate the activities of the various business fraternities and the business students in general. It publishes annually the Student's Guide to the Business Fraternities to promote interest in one or more of the fraternities. It also assists the School of Business Administration by sponsoring the Honors Day Banquet each spring. The Council is an organization for business students, appointed by the faculty of each department in the School and composed of the President of each of the business fraternities, to serve as student representatives in all matters of concern to the student and the business fraternities in the School of Business Administration. Troy Alford— Vice President Sally Campbell— Secretary Ed Cook Cheryl Cranford Keith Dubuisson— President Bill Everett Vincent Flesher— Historian Jerry Gilmore James Michael Lightsey Phil Mullins Benjamin Patrick Scott Rhodes Dennis Rose Beverly Terry Ronnie Walker AK/in J. Williams Bill Price Harry Hamrick Larry Williamson 292/Business Organizations MILITARY DEL SUR COMPANY of L'ESPIRITde CORPS The purpose of Del Sur Company of L'Espirit de Corps is to function as official campus hostesses and to assist in ROTC Activities. In addition to these activities, Del Sur members have served as pages in the University's Student Senate, hostesses for the Panhellenic Talent Show, assisted the Hub City Kiwanis Club's fund raising ac- tivities on behalf of mentally retarded children, sold programs at university basketball games, and assisted Scabbard and Blade with planning and preparing for the Annual Military Ball. FIRST ROW, left to right: Candy Chandler, nationalization officer; Cathy Douglass, president; Sally Williams. BACK ROW: Susan Adams, Nancy Herran, Donna Oubre. ■ ' ' -\ ■i.m .*%* %>n i ■*>,<-■- ^ v .:> .£f -\:. - '- ' -v -* W***^*K88S£ >» . »i« Linda Bergeron, Gayle Ladner, Sandee Walton, Joan Windham, Becky Barnes, Cathy Douglass, Donna Oubre, Candy Chandler, Jeannette Asmar, Patti Bigsby, Juanita Sims. 294/DelSur SCABBARD AND BLADE A national military society for men, Scabbard and Blade, sets forth as its purpose to raise the standard of military training in American colleges and universities, to unite in closer relationship their military departments, to encourage and foster the development of the essential qualities of good and efficient officers, and to promote intimacy and good fellowship among the cadet officers. Qualifications for membership are not based on scholarship alone, but also on those qualities of leadership, initiative, and character which cannot be expressed by a decimal point. FIRST ROW, left to right: Roy Brookshire, Thomas Smith, Charles Gandy, Bryant Miller, Zachary Patterson, Captain Charles Sleeper. SECOND ROW: Chuck Hendricks, John Lyle, Terry Jordan, Marty Ratcliff, Garry Dearman. Scabbard and Blade/295 NATIONAL SOCIETY OF PERSHING RIFLES A national organization which sets forth the ideals of developing leadership qualities and promoting fellowship and cooperation between members of ROTC units in colleges and universities. KNEELING, left to right: Donald Cook, Terry Jordan, Larry Vaughn, Pat Hughs, Ernie Leuenberger. STANDING: Captain Roberts, Donald Clay, Greg Miller, Bryant Miller, Glen White. 296/Pershing Rifles ANGEL FLIGHT FIRST ROW left to right: Susan Gordon, Katie Gentry, Polly Phillips, Pam Purchner. SECOND ROW: Sherry Mclnnis, Gigi Thomas, Debbie Taylor, Kathy Smith. Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight are sponsored by the Department of Aerospace Studies. They are service organizations dedicated to the advancing aerospace age citizenship thru service to the University and community. Angel Flight is composed of select University of Southern Mississippi Coed while the Arnold Air Society is composed of select members of the Air Force ROTC program. George Robert Hall Squadron of the Arnold Air Society. FIRST ROW, left to right: Wiley Diamond, Richard Dickson, Mike Moore, Richard Cooper, Shannon Copponex, Charles Travis, Larry Hatten, Bill Guarino, John Parrett, Jessie Carroll, Chuck Holdiness, Mike Townsend. SECOND ROW: George Dugas, Mike Gusmus, Ed Johnson (New Commander), David Wright, Larry Hale. Military/297 RELIGIOUS PiTauChi ?tft}ttT From left, FIRST ROW: Imelda Smith, Emily Jo Deen, Frances Sue Bacon, Susan Gordon, Betty Ruth Scott. SECOND ROW: Marcie Munn, Juanita Sims, Karen Grigsby, Linda Kaye McGee, Amy Nix. THIRD ROW: W . H. Yarrow, Bill Napier, Becky Brechtel, Sarah L. Weaver, Carol Brumfield. FOURTH ROW: Dr. John F. Nau, Powell G. Ogletree, Ben L. Calhoun, Dr. Leon A. Wilber, Hayward Anderson. Members not pictured: Gale Dickerson Campbell General Roger Johnson Jessie Morrison Berenger Brechtel Howard Nesbitt James Pinson Polly Stout C.J.Taylor Donald Williams Forrest Wood Clayton Sullivan Lynelle Rogers W. E. Kirkpatrick Linda Amacker Hardee Marice Brown Annelle Bonner James Bishop Peter Durkee Treadwell Davis Jewel Golden John Burrus Barney Poole Don George Donna Conerly Alice Maw Julie M. Banks Gail Morgan Louise Brown Janie Allen MikeTownsend Geneva Eichelberger Laura Swarhhout Dana Hurst Libby Oswalt Mary Lou Richards Carol Jane Smith Garry Dearman Keith Dubuisson Kyle Gantt Mark Boyles Thelma Carroll Michele Jones Kay Paschal Bill Patterson Margaret Peters Nancy Turner Sarah Mclnnis Murray Woodson Randy Pope Kathy Katz John Bishop Gomer Pound Warren Dunn Sandra Kaiser Pam Tudor Gail Lucas Dixie Stokes Jane Armstrong June Dale Ruth Bridges Paula Bounds VickiSaul Cindy Landry Religion/299 From left, SEATED: Abe Howze, Music; Ann Buck, Vice- President; Diane Granberry, Vuherd Editor; Sandra Lynch, Social Chairman; Jerri Manning, Christian Growth; Jerry Gilmore, President; Tommy Cothern, Student Center. STANDING: Eli Noble, Sr., Associate Director; John Sommers, Public Relations; Ginger Brady, Missions; Darryl Ferrington, BackDoor; Louie Farmer, Sr., Director. 300/Rellglon _rj»> Southern Christian Student Center Maranatha JESUS IS OUR LORD! Religion/301 From left: Susan Brown; Maureen Martin, Secretary; Karen Grigsby, President; Sherry Fortenberry; Christy Little; Father Farrell; Pene Gray; Julie Martin; Demetria Davis. Seated: Bob McDermott, Vice-President; Denise O'Grady; Rodger Pinto, Liturgy Chairman. The Newman Federation The Newman Federation is an organization of Catholic students on secular campuses throughout the nation. Its goal is to promote a sense of community programs such as retreats, discussion, socials, and civic activities. Daily Mass is offered at Danforth Chapel with Sunday Mass at the St. Thomas Aquainas Newman Center on West Fourth Street. The Newman Center is open daily to students with a stereo, color television, kitchen facilities, and a study room available for relaxation. 302/Rellgion The Wesley Foundation vv.*h ^*$S The Wesley Foundation offers opportunities for recreation, study, and service. Under capable leadership and the sponsorship of of the Methodist Church, Wesley is representative of the Methodist Student Movement. Each Sunday interdenominational services are held in the Wesley Building. Religion/303 MISCELLANEOUS HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The University of Southern Mississippi Home Economics Club is affiliated with both the Mississippi Home Economics Association and the American Home Economics Association. Club membership is available to all home economics majors or to those interested in home economics. The Club was organized at the University of Southern Mississippi in 1926. The purpose of the organization is to help develop leadership ability, to promote professional attitudes and interests, to share with others the value of home economics as a profession, and to encourage fellowship among faculty and students. Annual activities of the Club include: a get-acquainted picnic, attendance at the Mississippi Home Economics Association meeting, Thanksgiving boxes for needy families, a Christmas party for underprivileged children, and, to climax the Club's activities, a spring banquet. Left to right: Patti Jernigan, Treasurer; Dixie Stokes, President; Beth Murray, Reporter; Deanna Nichols, Secretary. . Ill 1 1 II II : t ! ff If III FIRST ROW, left to right: Rachel Clark, Kissy Brockman, Jennifer Bullock, Diane Elliot, Cindi Smith, Nancy Glover, Ann Parker. SECOND ROW: Marty Prichard, Jan Walton, Kay Sherry Adams, Beth Murray, Patti Jernigan, Deanna Nichols, Ginny Ray, Becky Prejean. THIRD ROW: Peggy Lindsey, Susie Reese, Margaret Williams, Delores Davis, Cynthia Latham, Linda Keen, Susan Holt, Jackie Valentine, Gale Campbell (sponsor). Sherry Clark. Home Economics Club/305 UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES COUNCIL , v» .- <• VSt v~- ■■■ ■'"* SEATED, left to right: Joe Ledford; Linda Waite; Barbara Baker, secretary; Becky Boisture, chairman of publicity; Randy Parke, chairman of productions; Jeanne Taylor; Robin Roderick. Standing: John Hunt; Evan Gallagher; Bobby Beavers; Gina Capiey; Larry Spooner; Bob Cerce; Glen Griffin; Scott MacGregor; Ken Murray; Don Westbrook; Cathy Shaw; Janet Boyle; Diddy Qulnlan; Sampson Byrd. Not pictured: Shelley Crocker, Bill Griffin, Donna Holmes, Pam Shields. Gary Williams, Phil Wilson. 306/UAC The University Activities Council is the programming arm of the student body. It is a part of the educational and social program of the University and operates under the direction of the Student Activities Office located in the R.C. Cook Union. The Council plans concerts, movies, lectures, and other activities, varied in content, essaying to reach all factions of the student body. This year has seen such UAC productions as: Richie Havens Concert, Pool and Ping-Pong Tournaments, movies, Mother's Finest, Theatrical Productions, Halloween Carnival, Birnam Wood, Mardi Gras Ball, Edgar Winter Group, Tranquility, Seals and Crofts, Stampeders, Lawrence and Roselle, and the Spring Fever Week. The UAC came under heavy attack winter quarter, with many students complaining that the Council did not fulfill their obligations to the students. However, the general consensus was that the activities Spring Quarter more than compensated. Hopefully, the UAC is headed in the proper direction and with the help of the student body will provide unlimited activities in the future. UAC/307 'PROGRESS THROUGH UNITY" Milton Cambridge, Advisor i V S V*^! "•£, 308/ Afro-American Cultural Society EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: left to right. Pene Carol Gray, Miss Afro 1973-1974; Daphne Winters, Recruitment-Faculty, Staff, Students; Patrice Newsome, Social Affairs; Doris Thomas, Academics; Ada Crosby, Vice President; Norweda Moore, Secretary; Sheila Brooks, Legal Affairs; Roderick Posey, Treasurer; Peter Joseph, Parliamentarian; Alvin Williams, Public Relations; Velton Straughn, Finance; Eddie Holloway, Presidential Advisor; Anthony Harris, Presidential Advisor; Willie Craft, SGA Liaison; Melvin Hawkins, President. NOT PICTURED: Myron Labat, Athletic Director. AFRO-AMERICAN CULTURAL SOCIETY MEMBERS: Seated, FIRST ROW: Lelia Smith, Patrice Newsome, Martha Woullard, James Cooley, Julie Martin, Pene Gray, Demetria Davis, Eddie Holloway, John Johnson, Frankie Benton, Shirley Fairley, Leroy Edwards, Melvin Hawkins, SECOND ROW: Terry Johnson, Vivian Gore, Melvin McGowan, Jacqueline Ratliff, Daphne Winters, Francis Rankin, Deborah Wiley, Josie Washington, Mary Moore, Norweda Moore, Gail Threadgill, Theodore Payton. Standing: Ada Crosby, Alvin Cooley, Cassandra Washington, Velton Straughn, Arnold Steward, Watson Street, Anthony Harris, Bernard Aikens, Dina Hamilton, Chloe Prince, Herman Hall, Doris Jones, Francis Gilmore, John Flowers, Gail Hall, Raymos McMillian, Lettie Evans, Peter Joseph, Vertilla Holston, Roderick Posey, Earnestine Griggs, Linda Ross, Sherron Jackson. Afro-American Cultural Society/309 Yellowjackets Lambda Alpha Epsilon Criminal Justice Association From Top to bottom, from left: John de Mond, LuAn McGinnis, Mary Deavors, Nancy Hodges, Jan Wycoff. Second row: Denise Lewis, Jane Grady, Cathy Douglass. Third Row: Sue Young, Gayle Smith, Mike Ernst. 310/Miscellaneous «■ SEATED: Cooper Huckabee, Mickey Hudson, Harry Mullins, Jerry Sagus, Doug White, Mike Moon, Doug Parker. STANDING: T.A. Ricks, Lee Coleman, Johnny Dragg, George Hunt, Wilson Plunkett, Marshall Veal, Kyle Gantt, Larry Oradat. MClub Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity From left: Officers— Charlie Slee- per, Treasurer; Mike McPhail, President; Randy Muscagni, Secretary. Miscellaneous/311 _—J« INDIVIDUALS - -<;W Graduates Acker, Lionel C. Bailey, Robert E. Barker, Daniel P. Brewer, Fred Wesley Cain, Ladye Susan Biology Biology Music Theory Political Science Accounting Bay St. Louis Hattiesburg Brunswick, Ga. Hattiesburg Utica Carter, Giles M. Counseling Huntingdon, Tenn. Cerra, Ann Marie Reading Pass Christian Chatham, William G. Biology Stateline Clayton, Larry Allen History Meridian Cobb, Stephen Edward Communications Little Rock, Ark. Coumbs, Demetrios Creel, Issac Franklin Davis, Dayle Ann Dismuke, Mae Doroi Ellzey, John E. Chemistry Athens, Greece Educational Admin. Franklinton, La. Speech Pathology New Orleans, La. Reading Jackson History Bentonia Frichter, Samuel Peter Speech and Hearing Chalmette, La. Fuller, Barbara Welch English Pinola Flynn, William G. 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Caldwell, Margaret Arlene Calvery, Charles Lloyd Cameron, Barbara Ann Campbell, BillieJ. Campbell, Bunny Campbell, Mary Jo Campbell, Rosalyn Evett Campbell, Susan Lea Starkville Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. Ocean Springs Hattiesburg Ocean Springs Picayune Gulfport Jackson Buckatunna Jackson Lena Natchez Levittown, Pa. Meridian Fernwood Moorhead Biloxi Owingsvill, Ky. Moss Point Jackson Laurel Hurley Neshaminy Valley, Pa. Miami Lafes, Fla. Paris, Tenn. Columbia Laurel Brewton, Ala. Wake Forest, N.C. Utica Canton Jackson Gulfport Forest McComb Jackson Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. Hattiesburg Oxford Meadville 344/Undergraduates a% £% r^ Campbell, Thomas Burks, Jr. Cantrell, Patrick Allan Cappiali, Melody Ann Capps, Ronald L. Cardwell, Faye Yvonne Carlisle, Homer Robert, Jr. Carlisle, ValarieAdele Carlson, Nora Jean Carlton, Robert M. Carr, BrendaGail Garraway, Susan Victoria Carroll, Henry P. Carter, Cathy Olivia Carter, Hugh Lee Carter, Robert Frank Caruthers, Michael Bruce Case, Jeffrey Hean Cassell, Wanda Kay Castow, Robert Wayne Caswell, Jeannie E. Caudill, Barry Dwayne Causey, Rebecca Jane Cerce, Robert Michael Chain, Linda Gale Chandler, Candy I. Chaney, Charles Wayne Chang, Rosa Maria Chapman, Bettie Jean Chapman, George Pat Chaster, Jackie Lynn Mobile Biloxi Moss Point Lakeland, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Long Beach Hattiesburg Gulfport Hattiesburg Waveland Hattiesburg Biloxi McLaurin Jackson Ocean Springs Vicksburg Pass Christian Taylorsville Gloster Jackson Brandon Hattiesburg Providence, R.I. Laurel Pinson, Ala. Jackson San Salvador Waynesboro Biloxi Columbus Undergraduates/345 Cheatham, Ronald Chewning, Ruth Ellen Christy, Michael David Christy, Susan Diane Chun, Margret H.S. Clark, Dafaphine Clark, Patricia Ellen Clark, Randy Albert Clark, Sarah A. Clark, Ted Noian Edward Clark, TenaR. 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Scranton Golfito, Costa Rica Waynesboro Pascagoula McComb Pascagoula Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Tomnolen Carthage Bay St. Louis DeKalb Jackson Bay St. Louis Meridian Meridian Pascagoula Picayune Laurel Hattiesburg J ay ess Moss Point Monticello Meridian 346/Undergraduates -A Cowart, Richard Glenn Cox, Deborah Fern Cox, James K., Jr. Cox, Riley Edward, Jr. Cox, Steven Edward Craft, Barbara Diane Craft, Van E. Cranford, Kenneth Lowell Crapps, Carol Ann Crapps, Susan Diane Craven, M. Frances Crawford, Eileece Creech, Jeffery L. Crisler, Hollis Rawls Crocker, Shelley Celeste Cromwell, Elizabeth Bryan Crosby, Ada Elaine Crosby, Alonzo, Jr. Crosby, Tyrone Cross, Thomas E. Cross, Walter Richard Cross, Warren Major Crossley, Thomas L, Jr. Crowder, Carol Sue Crowell, Gloria Christena Crumbley, Olivia Jane Crumbley, Beverly Orlandra Csaszar, Barbara Ann Gulp, Jean Aylene Cumberland, Jerome D. Cumbest, EvisMark Cummlngs, Walter Richard Cunningham, Reba Jo Cupp, Vlcki Lyn Curtis, Blannle Martha Curtis, Cindy Dene Dacus, Harold Edward, Jr. D'Angelo, Karen E. . Dana, Richard H. Daniel, Richard Hartman Hattiesburg Pass Christian Brookhaven Hattiesburg Vicksburg Cleveland Hattiesburg Vidalia, La. Morton Morton Frisco City, Ala. Foxworth Oak Ridge Jackson Mt. Pleasant, S.C. Pass Christian Moss Point Laurel Laurel Petal Petal Monticello McComb Gulfport Hattiesburg Theodore, Ala. Laurel Hattiesburg Gulfport Greenville Three Rivers Greenville Moss Point New Orleans, La. Meridian Jackson Canton Gulfport Biloxi Metairie, La. Undergraduates/347 Daniell, Steve Roland Daniels, Lynn Childres Daniels, Tommy Lee Dantin, Stephen Paul DaQuilla, Danny Lee Darling, Johnny T. Darris, Deborah A. Dattmer, Bettie Ellen Daughdrill, Nelda Jean Davenport, Buddy Davidson, Deborah Davis, Bettie Ruth Davis, Betty Lynn Davis, Demetria Belinda Davis, Guy Edward Davis, Helen Delores Davis, Jerry Wayne Davis, Jessie James, Jr. Davis, Patricia E. Davis, Randall M. Dean, Jeff Lavan DeAngleo, Carl Rudolph Dearden, Constance Deas, Terry Dean Deavours, Mary Diane DeCoux, Martha Elizabeth DeDeauz, James Terrell, Jr. Deen, Jeannie Marie Deen, Margaret Carol De LaFuente, Delta Beatriz DelNoss, David Harper DeMond, John David Denman, Nancy Dennery, Michael Kevin Dennis, Alice Irene DeOrnellas, David L. DeRamus, Nicola Ruth De Roux, Jose Juanhoe Desporte, Cynthia T. Dick, Judy Rebecca Carrollton, Ga. Gulfport Poplarville Augusta, Ga. McComb Stanford, Conn. Collins Hattiesburg Poplarville Hattiesburg Moss Point Pachuta Refugio, Texas Jackson Crosby Yazoo City Biloxi Laurel McHenry Saraland.Ala. Georiana, Ala. Pascagoula Virginia Beach, Va. Hattiesburg Laurel McComb Pass Christian Corinth Hattiesburg Biloxi Clinton Hattiesburg Brook haven Philadelphia, Pa. Jackson Foxworth Lakeland, Fla. Panama Biloxi Columbia 348/Undergraduates Dickerson, Grace Katherine Dickerson, Gregory Dickey, Curtis Dickson, Nancy Virginia Dietrich, Margaret Mary Dilley, KathyAnn Dixson, Carole Lynn Dixson, Victoria Jane Doering, Mary Lauren Donald, Ricky Darrell Donaldson, Brenda Joyce Donaldson, Robert Elmer Donohue, Mary Bernaderte Douglass, Catherine Mary Dowling, Craig George Dowllng, Keith John Downs, Lenora Dragg, Johnny A. Drown, Steven Patrick Dufour, Curtis J. ,111 Dugas, Kathleen Dulaney, J.Kay Dunaway, Gwendolyn Ann Dunn, Stephen L. Dunn, Virginia Lynn Duthie, Jon Charles Dyar, Janis Elaine Eastman, John Wallace Eddings, Deborah Sue Edmondson, Lisa Dlanne Edwards, George F. Elam, Richard A. Elam, Susan Anise Elliott, Mary Katherine Elliott, Patricia Diane Ellis, Robert Wayne Ellis, Ronald E. Elmore, D.J. Emmons, Johnny B. Eng, Herman McComb Picayune Paris, Tenn. Long Beach Picayune Long Beach Biloxi McComb Foley, Ala. Jackson Laurel Tarrant, Ala. Long Beach Pineville, La. Parlin, N.J. Parlin.N.J. Tylertown Covington Gulfport Meridian Hattiesburg McComb McComb Hampton, Va. Rolling Fork Toms River, N.J. Mendenhall Grove Hill, Ala. Terry Jackson Jackson Hattiesburg Gulfport Laurel Quitman Brandon Biloxi Panama City, Fla. Lake Puerto Cortes, Honduras Undergraduates/349 England, Belinda Ernest, June Laverne Ernst, Michael Stephen Ethridge, Rose Mary Etzel, Evelyn Eloise Evans, Gary Eudell Evans, Kara Jean Evans, Pamela Anne Evans, Phyllis Jo Evans, Sammy Ray Everett, Charlie Joseph Everett, Freda J. Everett, MelindaC. Ewing, Nancy Carolyn Extine, Joy Dianne Ezell, Carolyn Sue Ezelle, Jack B. Fairchild, Lance Fairley, Anthony Runnell Fairley, Emily Demorece Fairley, Shirley Ann Fairley, Teresa Diane Falconi, Gustavo E. Fallin, Edwin Doyle Farmer, William Roy Farnet, Hugh Joseph Farr, Paula Denise Farragut, Cheryl Ann Faust, Julie Anne Fedell, Barbara Jo Fenton, Jerry Lee Ferrell, Joan Ferrington, Darryl Kirk Fikes, Stephanie C. Fitz-Maurice, Brian W. Flint, Moira Ellen Flowers, Ernest Wesley Flowers, Ruth Flynt, Susan L. Folks, JanieLynn Hattiesburg Lucedale Biloxi Vicksburg Matairie Jackson Montrose Louin Petal Laurel Magee Morton Natchez Jackson Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Morton Hattiesburg Lucedale Pascagoula Collins Ecuador Lakeland, Fla. Biloxi New Orleans, La. Jackson Moss Point Columbia Vicksburg Laurel Vicksburg Ruston, La. Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. Yardley, Pa. Summerdale, Ala. Jackson Collins Rose Hill Bay Springs 350/Undergraduates Forchetti, DaleM. Ford, Ellen Moffett Fornea, Jennifer L. Forte, Randolph Fortenberry, Catherine D. Fortenberry, Judy Diane Fortenberry, Laurie Fortenberry, Mickie Edna Fortenberry, Sherry Ann Fortinberry, Richard Keith Foster, Regina M. Fountain, Kim Michelle Fountain, Valri A. Francisco, Cindy Lane Franklin, Johnny Buck Franklin, Patricia Diane Freeman, Beverley Lynn Freeman, J. Rhonda Fremin, Jerry Patrick Frierson, Ronnie Lyman Fuller, Cheryl Kaye Fuller, Rose Marie Fulmer, Randy Funchess, MaryDelois Fussell, Robert Clifton Gable, Patricia Eve Gallagher, Evan Tucker Gallaspy, Eunice Ann Galloway, Charles A., Ill Gallstone, Hardy Levittown, Penn. Hattiesburg Angie, La. Pass Christian Collins Magnolia Picayune Tylertown Canton Tylertown Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. Ocean Springs Ocean Springs Tunica Mendenhall East Point, Ga. Hattiesburg Clinton Ocean Springs Picayune Crystal Springs McComb Eclectic, Ala. Carson Wray, Ga. Hattiesburg Jackson Pascagoula Jackson Bladder, Ohio Undergraduates/351 Galvin, Kathryn Sue Gamble, Linda Diane Gandy, Layne Taylor Gandy, MichaelJames Ganse, Joseph Richard Gant, Randall Eugene Gardner, Joel I., Sr. Garner, Pamela Sue Garett, Paul Dowing Gasper, Jean Marie Gehrig, Susan Darlene Gemmel, Richard J. Gerore, Caroline Susan George, Doris Christine Georgian, Ann Timothy Gibbs, Robert Mitchell Gibson, Barry Dwight Gibson, Lynda Joyce Gilbert, Joseph William Gilmore, James Dale Gilmore, Jerry Bruce Gilmore, Mary Francie Gittleman, Miriam P. Gjertsen, Jeanne Gail Glatt, Jane Louise Glatzua, Susan Elizabeth Glatzer, Marc Benjamin Glover, Nancy L. Sherman Godbold, Mary Kathryn Godbold, Rebekah Godwin, Marjorie P. Gonzalei, George Daniel Gooch, James Mark Gordon, Marian Dwaln Gore, Margaret Anne Gore, Vivian Darlene Grady, Jane Claire Graham, Debbie Susan Graham, James M. Graham, Kathryn Metairie, La. Vicksburg Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Lancaster, Pa. Meridian Mobile, Ala. Jackson Collins Picayune Mendenhall Catasauqua, Pa. Meridian Gulf port Hattiesburg Vicksburg Moss Point Moss Point Gulfport Jackson Florence Waynesboro Philadelphia, Pa. Picayune Vicksburg Lakeland, Fla. Hattiesburg Laurel Brookhaven McComb Slidell Lucedale Columbus Jackson Meridian Laurel New Orleans, La. Mobile, Ala Hattiesburg Jackson 352/Undergraduates Graham, Robert Atwood Granberry, Linda Diane Granberry, Rita Jan Grant, Gregory Charles Graves, Deborah Ann Graves, Gary Dewayne Graves, Mary L. Gray, Pene Carol Green, DianneCecile Green, Mary Alice Green, Michael Joseph Greene, Richard Alan Greene, Steve K. Greer, Frances Claudia Gregory, James Phillip Greig, Barbara A. Grice, Adrian Alexander Griffin, Glenn L Griffin, Pamela Gayle Griffon, Catherine Ann Griffon, Marie Therese Griggs, Zelia Mary Gross, Deborah Virginia Guiney, Marie Alaine Gusmus, Louis Michael Haag, Chris F. P. Haddock, Margie Marie Haines, Carolyn Elizabeth Hale, Patricia Neal Hales, Augustine Halford, Mamie Ruth Hall, Herman Emanuel Hall, Thomas Edward Hall, Kay Lynette Halle, Sandra Kay Halliday, Mary Katherine Hallin, Deborah Sue Hamilton, Janice Lynn Hamilton, Larry Earl Hamilton, Margaret Ann Pascagoula Collins Wesson Jackson Hattiesburg Rome, Ga. Laurel Carson McLain Moss Point Bay St. Louis Prentiss Fairborn, Ohio Yazoo City Laurel Laurel Clarksdale Marrero, La. Barstow, Calif. Pass Christian Pass Christian Picayune Jackson Vicksburg Tuscumbia, Ala. Danielsville, Ga. Vicksburg Lucedale Wiggins Heidelberg Meadville Wiggins Wiggins Lakeland, Fla. Magee Jackson McComb Montvale, N.J. Hurley Marrero, La. Undergraduates/353 Hammond, Dave Dewayne Hand, Jeannie Hands, Eddie Roosevelt Hannaford, Janet Irene Hansel, Beate Eleanore Hansen, Ralph Wayne Hanson, Debbie A. Hardman, Roger Phillip Harkins, Sarah Alice Harrington, Pamela L. Kingston, Ohio Florence Monroeville, Ala. Moss Point Jackson Witsbaden, Germany Escatawpa Dallas, Ga. Sumrall Thomasville Harris, Anthony Jerome Harris, Ernest Ray Harris, Robert Jerrell Harrison, Larry Mack Harrison, Mary Rebecca Harrison, Richard D. Harvey, Patricia Lynn Harvey, William Floyd Hatcher, Rebecca Katherine Hathaway, Roberta Ellen Hathorn, Randy Scott Hatten, Lawrence F. Havard, Vickie Hawkins, John David Hawkins, MelvlnL. Hayes, SennieRuth Hays, Robert Malone Hegwood, Janet Claire Helms, A. Ruth Helms, James Edward Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Jackson Union Long Beach Greenville Moss Point Jackson Brookhaven Biloxi Bassfield Brooklyn Ocean Springs Bradenton, Fla. Woodville Raleigh Mobile, Ala. Worthington, Ohio Hattiesburg Stone Mountain, Ga. 354/Undergraduates Henderson, Thomas Lewis Henderson, Vallie Lorraine Henry, William 0. Henry, Shirley Ruth Herbst, Walter Chester Hernandez, Jan Hernbloom, Kenneth Edgar, Jr. Hernbloom, NitaGay Heran, Nancy Herring, Frankie Eugene Hettinger, Joseph Alan Herrington, Bobbie Rebecca Hewitt, Patricia Ann Hickey, Kathy Jane Hickman, Ann Janice Hickman, Billy Hill, Donna S. Hill, John R. Ill Hill, Teresa Renee Hinton, Joseph Alan Hinton, Rebecca Sue Hodges, Nancy Lynn Hogan, Mary Beth Hoggle, GustavesM. Holcomb, George Douglas Holder, Donald Wayne Holland, Edward Glynn Holleman, Beverly Diane Holley, J. Michael Hollingsworth, Betty Joyce Hollomon, Sharon Kay Holmes, Donna Elizabeth Holmes, James Forrest Holston, Vertilla Holt, Mary Susan Hooker, Medaiine Hooker, Terri Lea Horn, Deborah R. Horsley, Joanne Hoskins, Elaine Hampton, Va. Hattiesburg Gulfport Vicksburg Clinton Pensacola, Fla. Pearl Jackson Forest Brookhaven Biloxi Petal Summit Biloxi Jackson Wiggins Fyffe, Ala. Meridian Hazlehurst Hattiesburg Pensacola, Fla. Biloxi Clarksdale Tuscaloosa, Ala. Hattiesburg McLaurin Ellisville Gulfport St. Louis, Mo. Newton Ellisville Terry Clinton Hattiesburg McGehee Prentiss Prentiss Bay Springs Collins Tuscumbia, Ala. Undergraduates/355 Houston, Doyle Lamar Howard, Robert Barry Howard, Susan Marie Howell, Lamar Howell, Otis Leigh Howell, Wilma Lee Howington, Deborah Lynn Howland, Patricia Marie Hubler, Donald W. Huettel, James Steve Huey, Terry Ross Hughes, Gloria Ann Hughes, James Patrick Hughes, Janet Dell Humphries, Vicki Lynn Humphreys, John Peyton Hungerford, Elizabeth Ann Hunter, Harold L. Hunter, Janet Sue Hunter, Linda Jo Hunter, Nancy Lou Hurt, Jerry Garfield Hust, Mark Huston, Becky J. Hutto, Warren Thomas Inman, Linda Karen Irvin, Marc L. Jabour, Karlene E. Jackson, David D., Ill Jackson, Geary Edward Jackson, James Thomas, Jr. Jackson, Janice Kay Jackson, Sherron Jacobs, L. Ken Jacobs, Raymond Neil James, Arthurene Janes, Janet Lynn Jaeger, Patricia Faith James, Nancy A. Jefferson, Sylvia Marcella Jackson Jackson Jackson Ocilla, Ga. McComb McComb Jackson East Lansing, Mich. Chalfont, Pa. Knoxville, Tenn. Mobile, Ala. Benton Hattiesburg Pelahatchie Natchitoches, La. Collierville.Tenn. Biloxi Kansas City, Ka. Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Charleston, S.C. Jackson Laurel Meadville Picayune Jackson Vicksburg McComb Waynesboro Columbia Laurel Prentiss Puckett Quitman Gulfport McComb Hattiesburg Lambert Hazlehurst 356/Undergraduates Jernigan, Marilyn Yvonne Jernigan, Rhonda Lynn Johanningmeien, Mark Johnson, Bryan Allen Johnson, Debra Paget Johnson, Gary Douglas Johnson, Gary Dorain Johnson, Gordon C. Johnson, John W. Johnson, Libby Kaye Johnson, Nancy D. Johnson, Sam Johnson, Shelia Janice Johnson, Shelia S. Johnson, Steve Lee Johnson, Tara Lee Johnson, Tarry Joyce Johnson, Tonie Lynne Johnston, Barbara Ann Johnston, Margaret Jane Johnson, Shelly Anne Johnston, Sonya Dianne Joiner, Cheryl Jones, Alice Faye Jones, Barry Kent Jones, Deborah L. Jones, Doris Ann Jones, Edith Lynn Jones, James Larry Jones, Kathleen Mollie Jones, Lawrence T. Jones, Lisa Marchelle Jones, Mary Lee Jones, Robert Michael Jones, Sally Anita Jones, Susan Lynn Jones, Teresa Katherine Jordan, John K. Jordan, Mary Melissa Judge, Marsha Ann Gulfport Gulfport Metairie, La. Pensacola, Fla. Canton Laurel Baxterville Gray, Ky. Meridian Laurel Hattiesburg Andalusia, Ala. Hattiesburg Picayune Fultondale, Ala. Vicksburg Stateline Meridian Biloxi Mobile, Ala. Bay St. Louis Vicksburg Ocean Springs Florence Prentiss Hurley Laurel McComb Atlanta, Ga. Gulfport Ocean Springs Jackson Jackson Bay Springs Petal Quitman Long Beach Jackson Smithdale Liberty Undergraduates/357 Junkin, John R. II Kahn, Lauren M. Kaiser, Alan Bryant Kay, Mary Cathernine Kelly, Dinnie D. Kelly, Martha Sue Kennedy, Linda Jane Kent, Alma Lee Kern, Donald Eugene Keyr, Charles Kiehm, Pamela Rita Kinberger, William Stanley, Jr. Kinnison, David G. Kinsey, Peter Cave Kirkwood, Lela Marie Kirschenbaum, Richard Thomas Klein, Kathleen Collins Knight, Tom Arthur Knighton, Linda Kay Koen, Martha Ellen Kohnke, Leigh Ann Korn, Gary Allen Kraft, Paul Allan Krebs, Sharon Marie Kuemmerle, Christine Kwong, Lydia H. Laakso, Peggy Sue Labarre, Lois Haralson Labarre, Oscar Putnam Labat, Myron Bruce Lacour, Dawn Marie Ladner, Dianne E. Ladner, Jack R., Jr. Ladner, Susan Marie Ladnier, Jeanie Marie Lanaux, Hilda Clare Land, Edward Lawrence Landers, Victor Wayne Landrum, Jeff C. Landry, Cynthia Alice Natchez Doylestown, Pa. Vicksburg Laurel Vicksburg Quitman Biloxi Waynesboro Waveland Columbia Meridian Long Beach Yazoo City Brookhaven Pascagoula Vicksburg Vicksburg Tokyo, Japan Brookhaven Mobile, Ala. New Orleans Jackson Canton Moss Point Pleasantville, N.J. Greenwood Hattiesburg Vicksburg Vicksburg Bay St. Louis Kenner, La. Lumberton Columbia Pearlington Ocean Springs New Orleans, La. Union Holt, Ala. Clinton Lucedale 358/Undergraduates : « Landry, Victor Jeffrey Lane, Helon Elizabeth Laroy, Michael Rex Latham, Cynthia Latta, Randy Joe Lawrence, Bobby John Lawrence, Steven Rand Lawson, Nancibeth Lee, Archie Robert, Jr. Lee, Barbara Jean Lee, Greg J. Lee, Joe Thomas Lee, Karen LeNoir, Elizabeth Anne LeNoir, Jamie Rae Lett, Thomas Prince Leuenberger, Ernie Levy, Gary Marvin Lewis, Betty Jelynn Lewis, Denise Carolyn Lewis, Donna Marie Lewis, James Elton Lewis, Margaret Anne Lide, Carmen Yvette Lidinsky, William Arthur Lightsey, Barbara Ann Lightsey, James Michael Lister, Opal Annette Little, Elaine Livingston, Ann Gaylen Logue, Anne Marie Lionberger, Florence D. Lockett, Linda Anise Loe, James Robert Loflin, Harlan S. Lucedale Tunia Rogersville Atmore, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Biloxi Tylertown Hattiesburg Petal Dayton Prentiss Prentiss Natchez New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Moss Point Gulfport Lakeland Natchez Gulfport Gulfport Meadville Jackson Pascagoula Bemiall, Minn. Laurel Laurel Pensacola BlythevilleAFB.Ark. Moss Point Jackson Biloxi Hattiesburg Picayune Gulfport London, Sue Ann Long, Karen Louise Looman, Kevin Bryce Lott, James Michael Lott, Sylvia Ruth Tupelo Sylvester, Ga. Canton, Ohio Long Beach Vicksburg Undergraduates/359 Low, Harlan G. Love, Sarah Catherine Lovelace, Leo B., Jr. Lowery, Bill Lowery, Herman Douglas Lowery, Jimmy Lucius, Ruby LaNell Ludwig, Mary Ruth Lutrick, Sandra Lee Lutrick, Tim L. Maclnnes, Kathleen E. MacKenzie, Jana Lee Mack, Bobbie Jean Magee, Hattie Ruth Magee, Patricia Ann Magroder, James Scott Mailes, Patricia Ann Mallery, David Paul Mallette, Betty Jean Mallette, Roger William Malone, Debbie Marie Malone, Dennis Fred Manaway, Sarah Jane Mangin, Beverly Ann Mangum, Marsha Joyce Mannino, Jean Manthey, Ronald Eugene Marquez, Marilyn Marsalis, Ira Jean Marshall, John George Biloxi Quitman Gulfport Moss Point Hattiesburg Tylertown Jackson Ocean Springs Pensacola, Fla. Pensacola, Fla. Westminister, Calif Hartford, Ala. Laurel Summit Jackson Biloxi Biloxi Biloxi Moss Point Columbia Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Ocean Springs Mendenhall Moss Point Gulfport Laurel Summit McComb 360/Undergraduates Marshall, Susan E. Martin, DavinaM. Martin, James Michael Martin, Julie Acker Martin, Maureen Katherine Mascagni, Julius Randall Mason, James Earl Mason, Karen Sue Massey, Carmen Deborah Masseyofgrossout, Barbara Massingale, Johanna Masson, Glenn Joseph Matter, Don James Mauffray, Conrad Lex Mawk, Thomas Dean Maxey, Conna Rebecca May, L. Kathy May, Sandar Jean May, Yvonne Marie Mayfield, Charles Wesley Mayfield, William Mabry McCain, Kathy Darnell McCarthy, Lynn McCarthy, Patricia Spencer McCarty, Steve James McClendon, Paula Victoria McCleskey, Donald Eluis McCleskey, Jon Warren McComb, Kathryn Louise McCormick, Audic Reece McCorstin, James B. Ill McCorey, Deborah McCorkhead, Dingbat McCoy, Megan Elizabeth McDonald, Jans Marie McCrory, Anne P. McCrory, Joanne, Arlene McCrory, Kenneth M. McCullough, Enery Stephen McDermott, Robert Edward Winnetka, III. Pascagoula Meadville Bay St. Louis Pascagoula Natchez Eupora Newton Pascagoula Gravel Pit Meridian New Orleans, La. Williamstown, Pa. Bay St. Louis Slate Spring Gulfport Bay Springs Magee Taylorsville Prentiss Shreveport, La. Columbia Jackson Ocean Springs Olrey, Md. Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Pensacola, Fla. Biloxi Vossburg Birmingham, Ala. Pascagoula Fort Polk, La. Philadelphia Pass Christian Jackson Hazlehurst Forest Magnolia Springs, Ala. Providence, R.I. McDonald, Iris Elaine McDonald, Kathleen Mary McDonald, Patricia Darlene McElveen, Cheryl Susan McEwen, Elizabeth Anne McFayard, Jon Wayne McGinnis, Bobby McGinnis, LuAnn McGraw, James Rickey McGuire, J.Chris McGuire, Nancy Gaye McGuire, Stephanie Ann McKasson, Jeffrey Lee McKinley, Jeana Katherine McLaughlin, Bradford Joseph McLaughlin, Maura Delaney McLaurin, LulaMae McLean, Olivia Latille McLeod, YvernneeGelda McMillon, Joe Raymond McMurtray, Susan Diane McNair, Earnie McNair, Jolyn McNeese, Joyce Jeanette McNeese, Kenneth Irwin McPhail, Michael W. McPhearson, Mary Louisa McPhillips, David C. McRae, Steve Rollins McRaney, Gloria Kay McRee, William Charles McSwain, Betty Mae McSwain, Margaret Ann McVeay, James David McWhorter, Roy Van McWilliams, Jane Meador, Elizabeth Dean Meaut, Susan Annette Meece, Gary Alan Meeks, Beverly Diane Gloster Bude Tampa, Fla. Tylertown Ruth Cleveland, Tenn. Tylertown Laurel Jackson Macon Gulfport Gulfport Creston Vicksburg Laurel Ocean Springs Picayune Biloxi Mobile, Ala. Gulfport Gulfport Magee Magee Jackson Phoenix, Ariz. Hattiesburg Ocean Springs Temple Terrace, Fla. Columbus Florence Louin Richton Richton Pascagoula Easley.S.C. New Orleans, La. Hattiesburg Ocean Springs Long Beach Gulfport 362/Undergraduates Melsheimer, Deborah Anne Mendoza, Angel Augusto Mendoza, Cesar Enrique Mercer, Ray Merrell, James Richard Messer, Sherry Jo Metcalfe, Margaret Michon, Karen Diane Milan, Sandra Alane Miles, Dana Lorraine Miller, Anne Miller, BrendaGail Miller, Carroll Rebecca Miller, Joseph Hayden, Jr. Miller, Nancy J. Miller, Stephen Miller Miller, Stephanie Anne Milliry, David Carlton Mills, Mildred Marie Miner, Steve Kennard Miskel, Lucille Mitchell, Bessie Mitchell, Gary Hall Mitchell, Randy M. Moak, Clarence Albert Moellers, Susan Carol Moleski, John Lewis Mollere, Gail Elizabeth Moncrief, Ricky L. Montgomery, Beth Payne Montgomery, James H. Montgomery, Vernon Dale Moon, John Michael Mooney, Linda L. Moore, Kathleen Ann Moore, Linda Lee Moore, Mary O'Neal Moore, Norweda Lynn Moore, Susan Ann Moore, Thomas Wayne Vicksburg Honduras Honduras Enterprise Gulfport Columbus Canton Pascagoula Seminary Moss Point Bay St. Louis Birmingham, Ala. Leakesville Jackson Biloxi Jackson Vicksburg Jackson Hattiesburg Ocean Springs Pascagoula Porterville Conshohocken, Pa. Carthage Biloxi Huntsville, Ala. Gulfport Gulfport Puckett Jackson Croydon, Pa. Jackson Atlanta, Ga. Jackson Pascagoula Jackson Moss Point Picayune Biloxi Gulfport Undergraduates/363 Mord, Kathy Morgan, Andrea Michelle Morreale, LiseH. Morris, GaryQuintin Morris, Lanell Claire Morris, Susan Kay Morris, William M. Morrow, Gary Lee Moses, Trudy Diane Mosley, Beverly K. Moss, Jean Paulette Murphree, Patricia Beth Murphy, Gray Wayne Murray, Cynthia Louise Murray, Julia Belinda Myers, Danny Ray Naef, Linda Napier, William James Nazary, Marci Ann Necaise, David Michael Nelson, Brenda Anita Nelson, BrendaAnn Nelson, Ruth Katherine Nelson, Stephan Maxie Netterville, George Daniel Nettles, James Bruce Neville, Mary M. New, MelindaM. Newby, Carol Gay Newsome, Edna Patricia Newton, Joseph Benjamin Niblett, Peggy O'Neal Niblett, William Frazier, Jr. Nicholson, Kerry Howard Niesen, Connie Marie Nix, Amy Lawrence Nix, Jeffrey Lewis Nix, John H. Nix, Wayne E. Noland, Nanette Tylertown Mt. Olive Long Beach Biloxi Biloxi Hattiesburg Gulfport Hattiesburg Vicksburg Gulfport Lucedale Columbia Robertsdale,Ala. Woburn, Mass. Taylorsville Eddiceton Jackson New Orleans, La. Meridian Bay St. Louis Pascagoula Vicksburg Jackson Gulfport McComb Brookhaven Hurley Hattiesburg Brookhaven Laurel Wiggins Jackson Foley, Ala. Philadelphia Gulfport Picayune Hattiesburg Natchez Hattiesburg Biloxi 364/Undergraduates Nolen, Palmer Gaillard Noll, Mary Alice Noona, John Patrick Northup, Margaret Louise Norwood, Barbara Sue Norwood, Debra Dianne Novinska, Cynthia Sue Nyers, James Jay Oakes, Abbb McAdams Oakes, Patrick Cole Oatis, Gwendolyn O'Dell, Angela Joella Odom, Debra Emily Odom, Shirley Ann Ofrvtt, LindaS. Ogletree, Frances B. Oliver, Luretha Oliver, William Dowe Olson, William Douglas Orange, Doyal Tyrone Orr, Homer Wayne Osborne, Holly Jeannette Osborne, Pamela F. Oswalt, Elizabeth Anne Otis, Gloria Jean Otis, Randy David Otwell, David Quinton Oubre, David C. Overstreet, Chandra Pettis Owens, James Aaron Owens, KathyS. Pace, Robert Gerald Pakis, Thomas Weston Palmer, James Ellis Palmer, Ricky Emerson Parker, Amy Lorece Parker, LeeO. Parks, Galdys Darlene Patrick, Neva Lane Patten, Sara Elizabeth Gulfport Gulfport New Orleans, La. Pensacola, Fla. Hattiesburg Brookhaven Fennimore, Wise. Pascagoula Greenville Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Pascagoula Shalimar, Fla. Millry, Ala. Gulfport Hattiesburg Laurel Moss Point Gulfport Waycross, Ga. Jackson Carthage Hattiesburg Columbia Biloxi Mt. Olive, Ala. Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Shubuta Tylertown Brookhaven Mobile Ocean Springs Brandon Tyler, Texas Jackson Laurel Moss Point Puckett Poplarville Undergraduates/365 Patterson, Zachary Pawlick, Debbie Lynn Pawlick, Brian Emmette Pawlowski, Costy Payton, Theodore R. Peacok, Cathy S. Pearce, Ellen Moree Peresich, Robert Lynn Perez, Steven James Peter, Donald George Peterson, Dennis Gerald Pevey, Sandra Kay Phillips, Gary Eugene Phillips, John Peter, Jr. Phillips, Mary Sue Phillips, MelindaAnn Phillips, Polly Elizabeth Phillips, Robert L., Jr. Piazza, Charlotte, C. Pierce, Jack James, Jr. Pigford, Carol Annette Pilcher, Penny Pinto, Rodger Philip Pittman, Rebecca Sue Plunkett, Leon Wilson Poole, Danny Joel Poole, Janet Lynn Poole, Sharon Marie Pope, Jacqueline Jean Pope, Jewel C. Porter, Darlene Renee Posey, Roderick Burl Powe, James Powell, Barton Marshall Powell, Pamela Anne Powers, John Carlton Price, Edward A. Price, Janet Elizabeth Pritchard, William F. Pryasiri, Joseph P. McComb Newport, R.I. Newport, R.I. Jayreville, N.J. Hattiesburg Jackson Brooklyn Biloxi Biloxi Middletown.N.J. Perkinston Jackson Biloxi Brookhaven Lorman Hattiesburg Jackson Laurel Bay St. Louis Hattiesburg Meridian Gautier North Providence, R.I. Lumberton Aiken, S.C. Mansfield, La. Hattiesburg Poplarville Grand Rapids, Mich. Summit Foxworth Collins Hattiesburg Atlanta, Ga. Plymouth, Mich. Memphis, Tenn. Blythe, Calif. Jackson Pass Christian Ceylon 366/Undergraduates Puckett, Michael Steven Purchner, Pamela Ann Purse, Philip L. Purvis, Garry Griffin Purvis, Keith Purvis, Mary Etta Pustay, Cathleeen Lillian Prater, Greg Allen Prather, Anita Prenshaw, Eric Richard Prescott, Terrie Lynne Presser, David Wayne Prestage, Margaret Pamela Price, Casey A. Price, George Wilson Prince, Chloe D. Prince, June Prysock, Fred Stephen Pugh, Bennie Anne Quan, Gilda Quick, Diane Elizabeth Quinlan, Diddy Anne Quinn, Roger Gordon Rachuba, Gary Joseph Ramagos, Shirleen Anne Randall, Marcia Lorraine Ranson, Cathy G. Ratliff, Jacqueline Elaine Ratcliff, Joseph Martin Rayborn, G. Ruth Raymond, Terry Elizabeth Redd, Anita Gayle Reed, Agnes Reed, Lavon Fluker Rees, Susan Kim Reeves, Carolyn Ann Reid, James Glennis Reid, Hayes Stephen Reihsmann, Robert Mark Renfroe, Alita Cassandra Jackson Gulfport Jackson Ahoskie, N.C. Raymond Raymond Pass Christian Richmond Dale, Ohio Meadville Hattiesburg Magnolia Hattiesburg Fulton Enterprise Biloxi Laurel Mize Hattiesburg Louin San Salvador, El Salvador Marianna, Fla. Waveland Pascagoula Pass Christian Natchez Long Beach Gulfport Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Sumrall Pearl Natchez Jackson Meridian Hattiesburg Long Beach Wiggins Pascagoula LaGrange Forest Undergraduates/367 Rerry, John Michael Rey, Stephen Van Reynolds, Johnny Earl Reynolds, Kathy Firth Reynolds, Marc Frederic Reynolds, Sandra Rich, William Allen Richards, Keith M. Richards, Robert Ramsay Richardson, Dotty Jean Richardson, James Randall Richardson, Ramona Faye Richmond, Bonnie C. Rickels, Linda Ann Rigdon, James N. Riley, Sybil Jean Rimes, Brady Ray Rincon, Jose David Roach, Margaret Regina Robb, Melba Odette Robertson, Rita Kay Roberts, Barbara Ann Roberts, Carrie Jane Roberts, Cheryl Eileen Roberts, Cindy Roberts, Garry Lynn Roberts, James C., Ill Roberts, Mecia Ann Roberts, Mickey Ann Roberts, Sally Ann Roberts, Stephen H. Roberts, Vicki Suzanne Robinson, Kathryn Elizabeth Robinson, James L. Robison, William Edgar Roderick, Robin Lyn Roe, Lynn Angelique Rogers, Marian Kay Rogers, Robin Kay Rollin, Donna Marie Crystal Springs Goldsboro, N.C. Vicksburg Moss Point Pascagoula Natchez Columbus Pascagoula Biloxi Melbourne, Fla. Sacramento, Cal. Gulfport Hattiesburg Montrose Meridian Pattison Jackson Maracaibo, Venezula Newton Vicksburg Greenwood Mobile, Ala. Ocean Springs Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Sevierville, Tenn. Hattiesburg Meridian Gulfport Biloxi Bay Springs Wiggins Mize Gulfport Hernando Poplarville Biloxi Gulfport Laurel Metairie, La. 368/Undergraduates Roquemore, Mary Ann Rose, Deborah Kay Rosenbush, Henry Bernard Ross, Linda Ross, Rebecca Ann Rossello, Dennis Lee Jackson Jackson Tuscaloosa, Ala. Prentiss Jackson Bridgeton.N.J. Rouhier, Claudia Ann Milton, Fla. Rumfelt, Gladys L. Jackson Rush, James Franklin, Jr. Rusk, John S. Russ, Marta Darlene Russell, David Harold Russell, Ruth Gilmore Rutledge, Phillip E. Sadler, F. Brent Saggus, Gerry P. Salmon, John Michael Salmon, Richard Thomas Sams, Mary Melissa Sanders, Barbara Ann Sanford, Sheila Kay Santeliz, Thais E. Saucier, Alan Duane Saucier, Julia Louise Saucier, Robert Willian Sauls, Jerry Sawyer, Deborah Lee Sawyer, John Wesley Ocean Springs Ocean Springs Picayune New Albany Hattiesburg Clinton Vicksburg North Augusta, S.C. Ocean Springs Ocean Springs Gulfport Laurel Collins Venezuela Hattiesburg Biloxi Biloxi Monticello Sarasota, Fla. Baton Rouge, La. , Undergraduates/369 Schaller, Karen Sue Schifano, Ronnie Schilling, Jessica Ivy Schmidt, BrendaAnn Schmidt, Robert C. Schuenke, Judy Ann Scott, Susan Camille Segal, David Frenca Sekul, Bettye L. Selby, Ella Beth Sellers, Nancy Kelly Sentell, Anna Maria C. Sevier, John T. Seymour, Jan Seymour, June Marie Shannon, Rebecca Estelle Sharp, Bruce Marshall Shaw, John Gill Shaw, Rose Lee Shearer, Joyce M. Shedd, William Ralph Sheffield, Jane Elizabeth Sheffield, Rose Shepard, JoeM. Sherrard, Michael Edward Shields, Pam Sheils, Eleanor Ann Shoemaker, Ronnie Allen Shults, Deborah Lou Shumaker, Kathryn A. Sieg, Mike A. Sieger, Jill Karen Sieger, Richard G. Sills, Shellie Jean Simmons, Elaine Simmon, James L. Simpson, Margaret, Ann Sims, LisaC. Sims, Scott Crane Sinclair, Patricia Ann Benton Biloxi Vicksburg Metairie, La. Hatboro, Penn. Nerstrand, Minn. Picayune Jackson Biloxi Vicksburg Hattiesburg Ocean Springs St. Catharine, Mo. Biloxi Biloxi Shannon Pascagoula New Orleans, La. Perkinston Hattiesburg Heidelberg Linden, Ala. Gulfport Hattiesburg Columbia Moss Point Hattiesburg Lake Meridian Gulfport Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Slidell, La. Slidell, La. Jackson Ocean Springs Seaside, Calif. Laurel Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Columbia 370/Undergraduates Singletary, Amy Claire Singleton, Freddie Singleton, Maurice E. Sinopoli, Charisse Elizabeth Skellie, Marilyn Virginia Slaughter, Jan Slaughter, Troy S. Sleeper, Charles M. Small, Martha Lynn Smith, B. Phillip Smith, Brenda Jo Smith, Charles Travis, Jr. Smith, Deborah Pauline Smith, Donna Maria Smith, Elizabeth Jan Smith, Gail Lynn Smith, Joseph Elbert Smith, Kathy Ann Smith, Laura Diane Smith, Linda Gail Smith, Lyda Marie Smith, Lyn Smith, Martha Lynn Smith, Meluin LaRay Smith, Michael Dwayne Smith, Patsy Elaine Smith, Randy Terral Smith, Rita Diane Smith, Samuel Stephen Sommers, John H. Sorensen, Karen Sue Sorey, Linda Kay Sowell, Mary Ross Speights, Cheryl Spencer, MarcyeA. Spiers, SelmaTameena Spinks, Mary Elizabeth Spriggs, Carmelia Mary Springston, Jolane Frances Stafford, Janis Lee Meridian Hazlehurst Bay St. Louis Gulfport Long Beach Jackson Jackson Jackson Beaumont Picayune Jackson Indianola Jackson Bay St. Louis Jackson Jackson Thomasville, Ala. Wausau, Wise. Florence Jacksonville, Fla. Slidell. La. Panama City, Fla. Picayune Brookhaven Brookhaven Gloster Louin Morton Bay St. Louis Gautier Petal Forest Mobile, Ala. Monticello Gulfport Picayune Thomasville. Ala. Hattiesburg Ocean Springs Gulfport Undergraduates/371 Stahnke, Pamela Ann Stamm, Maureen Gay Stamm, Penny Lynn Stamper, Cynthia Kay Stanley, Pamela Anne Stark, Warren Charles Stauffer, Janet Louise Stauter, Sherry Ann Steadham, Connie Jo Steele, Mark Randall Steele, Virginia Lee Stegall, Sherry Diane Stegeman, Ronald Leo Stennett, Kathy E. Stephens, Karen Lee Stevens, Craig William Stevenson, Pamela Morris Stewart, Barbara Ann Stewart, Deborah Stewart, Nancy Dianne Stockstill, Tom H. Stokes, James Buroughs Stokes, Jennifer L. Stone, Richard N. Stovall, John N. Stowers, Rexford Van Strahan, Denise Eileen Street, Barbara Kathleen Meridian Bay St. Louis Bay St. Louis Hickory Jackson Jackson Hattiesburg Moss Point Jackson Jackson Meadville Vicksburg Quincy, III. Taylorsville ] Mendenhall Philadelphia, Penn. Liberty Jackson Gulfport Pascagoula Picayune Philadelphia, Penn. Jackson Columbus Pascagoula McComb Pearlington Hattiesburg 372/Undergraduates Street, Lonnie Watson Stribling, David Keith Strickland, Beverly Louise Stroud, Tommy Lynn Stuart, Donnie Lee Stuart, Paula Jeanette Sullivan, Dennis Edward Sullivan, Linda Diana Sumrall, Merris Emily Sutterfield, Jenny Swindall, Charles Michael Sydes, Mary Catherine Talley, Joseph Bernard Tanner, Mary Anne Tapper, Clinton Timothy Tarbov, Jacque Taylor, Deborah lone Taylor, Jeanne Taylor, Jewel Anne Taylor, Rebecca Ann Tempel, Helen Elizabeth Thames, Dale Clifton, Jr. Thames, Scott F. Thomas, Anita Marlena Thomas, Barbara Jean Thomas, Debbie Leigh Thomas, Doris Ann Thomas, Nancy Jean Thomas, Norris Lee Thomas, Ronald E. Thompson, Chester Coy Thompson, Cynthia D. Thompson, David E. Thompson, Pam Ruth Thompson, Paul Ray Thompson, William Wayne Thornhill, Harry Joe Thornsberry, Danny Thornton, Betty Joyce Thornton, Chester Sanders Lucedale Jackson Laurel Heidelberg Pelahatchie Laurel Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Laurel Moss Point Toomsuba Rustoru, La. Gulfport Mobile, Ala. Biloxi Jackson Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. Hattiesburg Smithdale Gulfport Jackson Seminary Hattiesburg Ripley Gulfport Ocean Springs Ripley Birmingham, Ala. Pascagoula Hattiesburg Pascagoula Lucedale Columbia Biloxi Morton Bassfield Tylertown Wheelwright, Ky. Summit Laurel Undergraduates/373 1 Thornton, Debra M. Threadgill, Gayle Lynette Thurman, Nancy Lynn Tisdale, Debby Lynne Tisdale, Paul A. Todd, Thelrna Ann Tomlin, Sue Ellen Touchstone, Charles A. Toups, Nancy Joann Travis, Karen F. Trigg, Madge Adele Trigg, Nancy Elizabeth Trussell, Jane Turnage, James W., Jr. Turner, Edwin Wray Turner, Judy Carol Turner, La Juana Merle Turner, Paul Vincent Turner, Wayne Edward Turno, William Moore Twiner, Kathy L. Tynes, William Donnie Ulmer, Larry James Upshaw, Morse Kilburn Valentine, Jackie Lynne Vance, Johnny Keith Van DeMotter, Jacqueline Ann Van Devender, Patricia Estelle Van Norman, Paulette Vaughn, Joyce Breland Vaughn, Larry Robert Vickers, James Joseph Walker, Jackie L. Walker, Richard Wayne Wade, D. Bruce Wade, Linda Sue Waggoner, Gregory Brian Waldrop, Jane Caroline Walker, Helen Francis Walker, Linda Sue Hattiesburg Mobile, Ala. Indianapolis, Ind. Purvis Biloxi Ellisville Meridian Crystal Springs Moss Point Gloster Jackson Collins Hattiesburg Jackson Shreveport, La. Lucedale Mt. Olive Columbus, Ga. Chattanooga, Tenn. Wesson Bay Springs Tylertown Laurel Jackson Newton Meridian Cleveland, Ohio Hattiesburg Gloster Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Greenville Brookhaven Denver, Col. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Brandon Carthage Columbia McComb Laurel 374/Undergraduates Wallace, Barbara Fay Wallace, Bert M. Wallace, Mike W. Walley, Billy Wayne Walley, Deborah Amanda Walters, Betty Ann Walters, Sheila Ann Ward, Judy Paulette Ward, Wanda Karen Warnock, Ronald Albert Warren, Alfred Washington, Cassandra Renee Waterall, Clara Elizabeth Waters, James Melvin Waters, Vicki Watson, Belinda Gail Watson, GlendaAvise Watson, Mattie Elizabeth Watterson, Mary Anna Weatherby, Richard S. Webb, Cecil Raymond Webb, Steve Leroy Weber, Frances E. Webster, Karen Michele Weeks, Ray Norbert Weems, John William Welborn, DebraAnn Welch, Cheryl Denise Welch, Robin Noreen Welker, Susan Elizabeth Wellman, Mary Ruth Wells, Terence Loronzo Welsh, Nora Welsh West, Donna C. West, Kathy Diane West, Melanie D. Westbrook, Deborah Kay Weston, Lola Dorthia Weston, Marilyn Marie Wheat.James M. Gulfport Jackson Jackson Poplarville Morton Crystal Springs Newton Lena Brandon Vicksburg Osyka McComb Slidell, La. Clinton Pascagoula Ocean Springs Morton Laurel Jackson Magnolia Meridian Hattiesburg Hattiesburg Madison Foley, Ala. Columbia Terry Mobile, Ala. Foley, Ala. Hattiesburg Picayune Wade Moss Point Foxworth Picayune Ocean Springs Jackson Pass Christian Pass Christian Moss Point Undergraduates/375 Wheeler, Marsha Aleice Whitaker, Ronald Lee White, Baxter Isaac, Jr. White, Glenn Louis White, James Henry White, Robert Steve Whittington, Mildred Ann Wicker, Fay Ann Wiley, Betsy Lee Wiley, David Bruce Wiley, Deborah Gayle Wilkinson, Glenn Edwin Williame, Willie Clarence Williams, Alvin Jerome Williams, Beth Williams, Bradley D. Williams, Bruce E. Williams, Don Michael Williams, Donna Marie Williams, Elizabeth H. Williams, Hershal Ray Williams, JanieC. Williams, Johanna Williams, Peggy Jean Williams, Randall Ray Williams, Sally Ann Williams, Billie Mena Williams, Willie Ross Williamson, Danny R. Williamson, Marilyn Lavinia Willis, ElvieA. Willis, SammieC. Wilson, Alyce Edwinna Wilson, David Stephen Wilson, Elizabeth Wilson, James William Wilson, Joseph Earl Wilson, PhilR. Wilson, Robert E. Wilson, Ronald Timothy Ellisville Columbia Columbia Hattiesburg Jackson Pascagoula Meadville Forest Baton Rouge, La. Baton Rouge, La. Moss Point Liberty Moss Point Prentiss Columbia Springfield, Va. Chalmette, La. Niceville, Fla. Bay St. Louis Poplarville Dayton, Tex. Ocean Springs Brooklyn Lucedale Vicksburg Dadeville, Ala. Moss Point Laurel Collins Collins Newton Meridian Meridian Pascagoula Hattiesburg Monticello Greenwood Jackson Philadelphia, Penn. Meridian 376/Undergraduates Wilson, Zula Jane Windham, Joan Windham, Rebecca Jean Winfield, John Allen, Jr. Winfield, Gordon Page Wingo, Nancy Ann Winkler, Marsha Anne Winston, Carol Jean Winters, Daphne Carol Witherspoon, Vernon Lee Womack, Wendell Taylor Woods, Dwanda Woods, Linda Darlene Woolever, Royce S. Wouldburn, Maryjane Wright, Anita Badeaux Wright, David E. Wright, E. Wright, John E. Wright, Sky Larkin Wyckoff, Jann Allen Young, Bonnie Sue Young, Eddie Earl Meridian Jackson Jackson Starkville Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Laurel Philadelphia Vicksburg Jackson Bristol, Tex. Puckett Hattiesburg Gulfport Kingston, Ohio Smokecity, Mexico Hattiesburg Gulfport Pensacola, Fla. Lucedale Gulfport Meridian Biloxi Taylorsville Undergraduates/377 UDE FA IF '8 iHfj ' I Index Administrative Officials 1 24 Afro-American Cultural Society 308 Alpha Epsilon Alpha 290 Alpha Lambda Delta 249 Alpha Phi Omega 31 1 Alpha Sigma Alpha 208 Alpha Tau Omega 226 Angel Flight 297 Arnold Air Society 297 Association of Women Students 259 Baptist Student Union 300 Baseball 192 Basketball 186 Beauties 1 46 Beginning 1 Board of Trustees 1 22 Business Administration, School of 1 38 Business Student Advisory Council 292 Cheerleaders 1 84 Chi Omega 210 Classes 316 Concert Band 280 Cwens 248 Del Sur Company of L'Esprit de Corps 294 Delta Delta Delta 212 Delta Gamma 214 Delta Sigma Pi 290 Delta Zeta 216 Education and Psychology, College of 136 Examples 144 Fine Arts 271 Fine Arts, School of 1 40 Football 174 Gold Key Society 248 Golf 198 Graduates 316 Greek God and Goddess 1 70 Greeks 205 Groups 202 Hall of Fame 156 Heads 120 Home Economics Club 305 Home Economics, School of 141 Honoraries 244 HYPER 143 Individuals 314 Interfraternity Council 207 Intramurals 199 Jazz Lab Band 282 Kappa Alpha 228 Kappa Delta 218 Kappa Mu Epsilon 251 Kappa Omicron Phi 253 Kappa Sigma 230 Lambda Alpha Epsilon 310 Liberal Arts, College of 1 32 Lilly Lingtree Lonely Hearts Club 243 Maranatha 301 Dr. William D. McCain 1 23 MClub 311 Meats 172 Medical Technology Club 252 Military 293 Miscellaneous Organizations 304 Miss Southern 151 Mostly Pictures 20 Mr. and Ms. USM 152 Mu Phi Epsilon 284 Newman Federation 302 Nursing, School of 142 Omicron Delta Epsilon 288 Omicron Delta Kappa 247 Orchestra Personnel 278 Panhellenic Council 206 Pershing Rifles 296 Phi Alpha Theta 254 Phi Chi Theta 290 Phi Delta Rho 246 Phi Kappa Phi 245 Phi Kappa Tau 232 PhiMu 220 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 285 Photo Service 268 Pi Beta Phi 222 Pi Gamma Mu 251 Pi Kappa Alpha 234 Pi Omega Pi 288 Pi Tau Chi 299 President's Advisory Baord 260 Pride 274 Professional Organizations 287 Pom Pom Girls 273 Religion 298 Scabbard and Blade 295 Senate 258 Seniors 319 Society for the Advancement of Management 258 Southern Christian Student Center 301 Southerner 262 Student Court 258 Student Government Association 256 Student Printz 264 Symphonic Band 279 Tau Beta Sigma 285 Tennis 1 96 Undergraduates 339 University Activities Council 306 University Madrigal Singers 283 University Publications Board 270 Varsity Band 281 Wesley Foundation 303 Who's Who 158 WMSU 266 Yellowjackets 310 Index/379 PHOTO CREDITS GREG JONES 3B, 7A&B, 22 all, 23 all, 24 all, 25 all, 26 all, 27 all, 28A, 29B, 33 all, 42D, 43A, 44B, 45B, 48A&B, 49 all but A, 56A&B, 62A&B, 63A.B.C, 72B, 78A, 79A&B, 84A,B,C,&D, 85A&B, 86A&B, 87A,B,&C, 88A,B,&C, 89A, 108A,B,&C, 133A, 135B, 137B, 186A&B, 188B, 200B, 201 B&E, 258A, 274B, 276B, 277 all, 279A, 292A, 317CC, 324Z, 331Q, 360EE, 377G, 205, 244, 250, 255, 261, 271, 287, 293, 298, 304, 380, 381, 382, 383, and 384. tony Mcmullen 6e, 93b, 101 a, 169a, 192a&b, 193b, 194b, 195b, 196a,b,&c,291c, 270. becky rutter 2A, 6A,B,C,D, 42A,B,&C, 52 all, 53 all, 69A, 72A, 96A&B, 97A, 100A.B, 1 12A, 201 C, 31 8X, 334Z, 338U. GEORGE CROOK 30-31 all, 40-41 all. WALTER HARRISON 132C,D,&E, 133B. JERRY GILMORE 300A. WAYNE MALONE 300B.C&D. MARGARET PETERS 158B.161A, 169B&C. ROBERT PHILLIPS and VAUGHN WILSON are responsible for all other pictures in the yearbook. -. Photo Credits/383 The 73 SOUTHERNER Is a basic yearbook type yearbook, the only difference is that it has been presented In a different way than before. We attempted to show USM 1972-73 in respect to the Influences and events that shaped the year. It was not our purpose to bore you with meaningless copy and captions. We tried to capture In pictures the diversity of USM and we hope that we have pleased you, the students. Becky Rutter Editor A Special Thanks from the staff goes to: W. A. Benson, Jr., Mrs. Evelyn Watson, Mr. Harry O'Donnell, Mr. Bill Baggett, Jr., all from Benson Printing Co. Helping Heads, Hands, and Feet were: Robert Phillips, Vaughn Wilson, Peggy Meadows, Aunt Fay, Uncle Leon, Mr. D. C. Berry, Susan Gordon, Janet Oliver, Diane Turner, Mr. Warren Dunn, Mr. Marlow Robinson, Jane Armstrong, Randy Parke, Susie Paul, Mary Jane Richmond, Jeannette Galbragth, Jack Ward, Keith Dubuisson, Frannie Ladner, Susan Davis, June Moore, Roger Brinegar, and MR. W. E. KIRKPATRICK (advisor) The book was printed and bound by Benson Printing Company, Inc. In Nashville, Tennessee. The opening section (pages 1 to 16 Inclusive) are printed on 80 lb. gray Teton text. The remainder of the book is printed on Warren's Saxony Enamel. The flyleaves are Rose Graphic Weave. Heads throughout the '73 SOUTHERNER are In 36pt., 24pt., 18pt., and 12pt. Helvetica Medium. Body type throughout the book is set in 11pt., 10pt., 8pt., and 7pt. Helvetica Medium.